This week is Science Week at Maynooth University and the public areinvited to hear about the latest impact of the research undertaken by Maynooth academics.
Highlights will include Science Night Open Labs and the eagerly anticipated return of the Robot Soccer Show.
From November 14 to 17 Maynooth University will celebrate the impact and creativity of research undertaken by across the Science Faculty.
Maynooth researchers collaborate with partners across the globe to address some of the most pressing challenges facing society today in a dynamic and distinctive inter-disciplinary environment. Science Week 2017 is an opportunity for the public to see its value and impact.
Science Week 2017 will include: It Was All Much Harder When I Was Young: Science and the Leaving Cert will be delivered by Dr David Malone and Ms Hazel Murray in the Iontas Building at 7pm on Thursday, 16 November.
All events are open to the public and free. For more information, please log on to Science week
All welcome to attend. Check out the university's website for more.
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