Here are some Recent LIVE Events - Watch Again or watch for the first time!

Managing Well-being’ in strange times

Monday 9th November @ 7pm: Dr. Eddie Murphy – Resilience, Happiness...

Mark Langtry – The Science of Sport

Tuesday 10th November @ 7pm: Mark Langtry – The Science of Sport. He...

Amazing Invertebrates’ with Dublin Zoo

11th Nov. @ 10am Join a Dublin Zoo educator for a virtual learning...

The Science of Weather with Joanna Donnelly

12th Nov. @ 10.00am: Did you know that Meteorology is the science of...

Zoology with Belfast Zoo

11th Nov. @ 11.30am: Join us for a live link up with Zoologists from...

Dr. Declan Mc Kenna, The Science of Teenagers

Thursday 12th November : Dr. Declan Mc Kenna (University of Ulster)...

Engineering Rossmore's Giants

Friday 13th: Marc Kelly – Engineering the Rossmore Park Giants. At...

Robert Hill: Top 10 Discoveries In Space

13th Nov. @ 11.30am: We may witness the night sky light up in a...

Maria Lucey - Dietitian's Guide

to Gut Health, Microbes & Me on Monday, 16 November @ 7:30pm:...

Maria Macklin-Impact & Influence Working Virtually

Tuesday, 17 November @ 7:30pm In psychology, a first impression is...

GO Experiment

GO Experiment

Here we have a list of interactive Scientific experiments you can try at home or in school with bits and pieces from your cupboards or other materials that are easily available.   As the title says Go Experiment! 

Early Years - Infant Classes

Simple science experiments for Early Years or Infant classes. We have some fun animations with topics to engage our younger viewers! From Bouncing eggs to magic milk, we bring the scientific attributes to life with some simple easy to follow expierements

Build Your Own Rube Goldberg Machine

Build Your Own Rube Goldberg Machine with Mark the Science Guy in association with Science Foundation Ireland.

Stretch your creative muscles by building your own homemade chain reaction machine! Learn the simple science behind machinery and use anything you can find at home a new, crazy and silly machine of your own.

How to make a Photogram in association with The National Gallery Of Ireland

A photogram is a photographic image that is made without a camera. Objects are placed directly onto the surface of a light-sensitive photographic paper and then exposed to light in a darkroom. The paper is then developed by using light-sensitive chemicals in the darkroom.

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