Science Week Events in Dublin #BelieveinScience

Aoife Duggan 14.11.2018

Science Week 2018 will run nationwide from November 11th -18th, with numerous events across the country.

This year Dublin Science Week have a wide variety of events planned as it aims to stimulate interest, excitement and engagement for people of all ages and backgrounds.

Dublin Science Week will focus on all things related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in order to promote awareness and understanding. The importance and relevance of these topics in everyday life will be a key aspect of the week with events planned on topics such as space, food, sport and much more.

There are many ways to get involved such as:

Dublin Science Week Family Open Day

Saturday, 17 November 2018, 2:30 – 6:30pm, The convention Centre Dublin
A fun filled family day of scientific shows and workshops at the Convention Centre Dublin. There are two sessions to choose from (11am or 2.30pm) on the day. Allow Scientific Sue and James Soper to blow your mind as you join them with the help of lots of volunteers.

Find out more here!

Dublin Science Week Dubland The LIVE Podcast

Tuesday, 13 November 2018, 7 – 10pm, Laughter Lounge, 8 Eden Quay ,Dublin 1
Irish comedian PJ Gallagher and broadcaster Suzanne Kane team up to host ‘Dubland The Podcast’.
The hugely popular and laugh out loud comedy podcast has reached number one on the iTunes comedy chart, sold out live shows and has subscribers all over the world.
Join PJ, Suzanne and guests at the Laughter Lounge for a LIVE podcast event to talk all things science with a Dubland twist.

Find out more here!

GULP!

Thursday, 15 November 2018, 7 – 9pm, The Sugar Club Dublin 2
Gulp! is a two-man live show looking at the science and culture of food presented by award-winning science broadcaster Jonathan McCrea (RTE/Newstalk) and Dalkey Food Company geek chef Ivan Varian. They will be showcasing some of the most unusual food on the planet as they serve a 6-course meal live on stage. Explore the countless factors that affect how we enjoy our food - from how our eyes and nose deceive us to how our genetics divide us into tasters and supertasters.

Find out more here!

Morgan McKinley are delighted to support Science Week and will be taking part in some of the fun activities throughout the week.

I recruit for QC and microbiology and laboratory based roles in Dublin and the East of Ireland. If you are interested in exploring opportunities in those areas, please feel free to contact me on aduggan@morganmckinley.ie
 

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