The term self-care is something that we have been increasingly hearing over the past six months as people come to terms with the Covid19 crisis. We are learning that it’s so important to make sure we look after our bodies and our minds every day but we also know that it can be hard to […]
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We are really excited to explore the science of Star Wars with author and scientist Jon Chase for this year’s Midlands Science Festival. How long before we get a Star Wars speeder off the ground? What exactly is the Force? How could Kylo Ren stop a blaster shot in mid-air? How could we live on […]
The Midlands Science Festival takes place from November 7th to 15th as a week-long, immersive digital event as part of national Science Week and as part of the celebrations, Midlands Science will be offering an interactive, online community event to people of all ages. This event will take place on November 7th and will feature a […]
October and November are very busy months for us as we work with a whole host of schools, partners and providers to deliver to you a packed programme of events for Science Week. This year, the Midlands Science Festival will take place online. The team at Midlands Science have been busy over the past while […]
For the first time in its eight-year history, the Midlands Science Festival will be accessible from November 8th – 15th as a week-long, immersive digital event as part of national Science Week. The core theme for Science Week 2020 which is now in its 25th year is ‘Science Week – Choosing our Future’ focusing on how science can improve […]
Maths Week 2020 is here and as part of our celebrations, we caught up with Midlands Science board member and highly experienced post-primary teacher in Mathematics, Patricia Nunan, to hear her views on promoting maths as a subject and the importance of Maths Week….. Maths Week is all about celebrating maths as a subject and […]
The word vaccine has a particular and curious origin. It comes from the name for the cowpox virus vaccinia and it was first used by Dr Edward Jenner. He observed that milkmaids infected with cowpox were immune to the smallpox epidemics that regularly occurred where he lived. Jenner made history in 1796 when he gave […]
The Countdown to Virtual Maths Week 2020 is on! Maths Week has been taking place in Ireland every year since 2006 and has grown to attract participation from as many as 300,000 people annually across Ireland. We often don’t realise that maths is part of all facets of everyday life. Maths Week 2020 promises to […]
Building Leadership Skills in the Community Midlands Science, was delighted to recently announce details of a new collaboration with LIFT (Leading Ireland’s Future Together) which was established to build each one of us into a better leader. Each partner makes a commitment to LIFT, to participate in the learning process and to facilitate further discussion […]
To mark National Heritage Week 2020 in the Midlands region, Midlands Science is calling on primary school pupils to go on a journey of discovery and exploration, help us to celebrate the past and look to the future. The national theme this year for Heritage Week which will be taking place from 15-23rd August is ‘Heritage […]
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