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Science week 2021 Friday 12th November

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Secrets of Superhero Science -Dr Barry Fitzgerald, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

Target Audience - Primary level

Time 11am

Science week 2021 Thursday 11th November

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The Amazing Cosmos Journey! Robert Hill, ESA and  Director of the Northern Ireland (NI) Space Office, 

10am:  Primary Level

Robert Hill will take us on an exciting virtual journey through the Amazing Cosmos!!

Science week 2021 Wednesday 10th November

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How Science and Superheroes can save the world! 

Target Audience:  Second Level

In fiction, when our planet or even the entire universe is in danger, superheroes invariably come to the rescue. And thanks to their amazing powers and abilities, they nearly always manage to save the day!

Science week 2021 Tuesday 9th November

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Tuesday 9th - The SOPHia Project: Science Outreach to Promote Physics (Primary) 

This workshop is aimed at primary level students (3rd to 6th class). 

Science week 2021 Monday 8th November

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Monday 8th – Friday 12th  November - Explorers Wild about Wildlife on the Seashore

Primary,Secondary Schools and Public

The Explorers team will take you on a journey down to the seashore where they discover some of the coolest seashell creatures. Learn what seashells are bivalves and which ones are gastropods, how they survive the harsh environment, and what they like to eat!

UL Graduate Careers Fair 2021 - Science & Engineering will be there!

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IRC Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme 2022 - S&E Workshop 5th October

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The Irish Research Council Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme 2022 is now open with the applicant deadline on 16.00 (Irish time) on the 21st October 2021 (see below for key dates).

Success in securing these prestigious awards can be significantly increased by taking a strategic approach to writing the proposal.

Some Thoughts on Design Education by Harry Francis Mallgrave

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Presented by The Research Network Perception+Space

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Presented by The Research Network Perception+Space

SAUL Lecture: ‘Avuncular Architectures: Queer Futurity and Life Economies’

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Tim Waterman, Associate Professor of Landscape Theory at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL

This lecture explores how models of care involving a critical (or queer ecocritical) distance can provide a different way of thinking for design. Based in the idea of life economies and a life drive, Tim will give examples ranging from the 1950s new town of Harlow in Essex to Jacques Tati’s influential film Mon Oncle.

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Tim Waterman, Associate Professor of Landscape Theory at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL

This lecture explores how models of care involving a critical (or queer ecocritical) distance can provide a different way of thinking for design. Based in the idea of life economies and a life drive, Tim will give examples ranging from the 1950s new town of Harlow in Essex to Jacques Tati’s influential film Mon Oncle.

RESCHEDULED: Moving Mountains – Power in the Hills: the ESB, Sylvia Crowe and Andy Devan

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A lecture by Carole Pollard

SAUL Monday September 15th 11am, via MS Teams

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A lecture by Carole Pollard

SAUL Monday September 15th 11am, via MS Teams