National Science Week 2019 is running from November 10th – 17th nationwide.
This year, the focus of events is primarily on climate action, sustainability and how science and technology can help people understand these points.
Throughout Science Week there will be a variety of ways for you to get involved and find out more about our amazing planet through events, interviews, social media and much more.
You can get involved by finding an event to attend here or following #BelieveInScience online.
Science festivals and events will be running throughout the week all over Ireland and will host a diverse range of events for people of all ages and interests.
These are made up of special public events which cover a variety of themes and interests. See below for festival programmes in your area and how to get involved in the events.
- WexSci Wexford Science Festival
- Science Week Dublin
- Midlands Science Festival
- Maynooth University Science Festival
- The Festival of Farming and Food – SFI Science Week at Teagasc
- Kerry Science Festival
- Tipperary Festival of Science
- Cork Science Festival
- Limerick Science Festival
- Southeast Science Fest
Outside of the larger festivals there are a huge number of events taking place in towns and schools everywhere. To search the full list events and see what is happening in your locality click here.
There is still time for schools and organizations to learn more and plan their own Science Week events. To view online resources and activity packs tailored for both primary and post primary schools, as well as posters and information tools click here.
To learn all about careers in areas such as Science, Engineering & Construction, which are all important parts of this year's Science Week theme, visit the dedicated sector menu and see what possibilities lie ahead by clicking here. Also inkeeping with this year's theme, you can visit CareersPortal's Earth & Environment sector here and see if a career in this area is right for you.