WexSci, Wexford Science Festival returns this year in 2021, the WexSci team have been busy transforming activities to digital formats for people of all ages to explore and discover STEAM in new ways. Experience the full programme of free events including talks, workshops and experiments as part of our new online and in person festival programme. 

The programme includes after school workshops, opportunities to meet with people working in STEM careers locally, national and international scientists and researchers to taking part in Climate Change Action and Renewable Energy Workshops, exploring the Seal Rescue Centre and discussing topical issues with the Wexford Science Café. 

The 2021 Wexford Science Festival will have something for everyone. 

About The Festival

WexSci, Wexford Science Festival is one of a series of regional science festivals run in conjunction with Science Foundation Ireland’s national Science Week campaign, that aims to reach communities at a local and regional level. WexSci is coordinated by Calmast, the South East region’s STEM Hub based at Waterford Institute of Technology, in partnership with Wexford County Council Library Service and Community Development Department, Institute of Technology Carlow, Johnstown Castle, the Environmental Protection Agency, JFK Arboretum, Wexford Science café and local industry. The festival is part funded by Science Foundation Ireland.

2020 Progamme

We’ve been busy transforming the WexSci Festival into an online format that you can enjoy at home. Check out what’s on this year!

Some Of Our Events

Outreach Events

WexSci is coordinated by Calmast, the South East region’s STEM Hub based at Waterford Institute of Technology, in partnership with Wexford County Council Library Service and Community Development Department, Institute of Technology Carlow, Johnstown Castle, the Environmental Protection Agency, JFK Arboretum, Wexford Science café and local industry. 

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