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New STEM classroom resources using Lego Mindstorms available online!

January 07, 2020
ESA

New STEM classroom resources using Lego Mindstorms available online!

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Teach with Exoplanets

December 16, 2019
ESA

Teach with Exoplanets

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SFI DPSM Awards – registration open

October 3, 2019
ESERO Ireland

Registration is now open for Science Foundation Ireland’s Discover Science & Maths Awards. Click here to register your school.

Each year  incredible science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) work is happening in schools like yours all over the country. Last year SFI presented 620 schools with SFI Discover Science & Maths (DPSM) Awards and hope even more schools will apply for the recognition they deserve in 2019/2020. Schools say that, as well as recognition, the Award brings a range of benefits; it provides a structure for STEM work, raises the profile of science in the school and among parents and increases whole school collaboration.

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Look back – Ireland’s Astronauts of 1991

February 28, 2019
ESERO Ireland

Take a look back at one of our favourite Science Week 2018 events – Ireland’s Astronauts of 1991

In 1991, a woman and 3 men from Ireland were excelling in the astronaut selection process of the European Space Agency, paving the way for a whole new generation of Irish people to believe that we can be a part of human space exploration. But the story doesn’t end there, and its time to re-tell the story that’s been 27 years in the making.

Watch the video here

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ESA has teamed with LEGO for the FIRST® LEGO® League competition 2018

October 24, 2018
ESA

ESA has teamed up with LEGO to provide inspiration, support and expertise to the European teams participating in the FIRST® LEGO® League competition 2018, under the theme of Space.

 

 

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Explore the Moon and Earth’s climate with two new ESA school projects!

October 11, 2018
ESA

Meant for teams of school students guided by a teacher or educator, Moon Camp and Climate Detectives give young people the chance to run interdisciplinary projects and develop new skills, ranging from science and technology to teamwork and communication, like real space experts would do.

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