Pick Your Brain! Live Family Quiz With Phil Smyth

Put your science knowledge to the test with this live interactive quiz....

November 8th & 14th

Niamh Shaw- Exploration of the Moon and then on to Mars

NASA's Chief Scientist, Dr. James Green and expert communicator of space activities treats us to a talk about exploring the moon and Mars, what we have learned so far and how it impacts us as a species on Earth....

November 8th - 6pm

Cryptography – A Secret Language.

This event is now sold out. ...

November 8th - 15th

Playing with Density- An Introduction

Explore density with the Nutty Scientists. In this workshop we will be learning about the concept of density, volume and mass and understanding the difference between them....

November 9th - 3:30pm

Meet the Scientist- Jules Robinson

Jules is a dedicated and hard-working member of the Seal Rescue Ireland team. She is from England, where she studied Marine Biology at the University of Southampton. Jules has gathered experience from a variety of wildlife rehabilitation settings worldwide....

November 9th - 4pm

Updating Climate Science in the ‘New Normal World’

In his talk, Professor John Sweeney, will examine recent advances in climate change science as the risk of overshoot of the Paris Agreement targets emerges. The impacts of this at a global and Irish scale will be explored together with current policy initiatives at EU and Irish levels....

November 9th - 7pm

Build Your Own Rube Goldberg Machine with Mark the Science Guy

Join Mark the Science Guy and build your own fantastic machine with anything you can find at home!...

November 9th & 14th

Playing with Density- The Lava Lamp

Explore density with the Nutty Scientists. In this workshop we will be making our very own lava lamp to demonstrate the observable properties of matter such as density, volume, mass, and buoyancy....

November 10th - 3:30pm

Meet the Scientist- Olha Khomenko and Wenxuan Shi

Originally from Ukraine, Olha Khomenko, came to Ireland a year ago to complete her PhD within the European Training Network REFLOW project. Before joining the project, she obtained MSc in chemical engineering, MSc by research in water treatment, and worked in the pharmaceutical industry....

November 10th - 4pm

Digital radon monitor launch at the New Ross library with the EPA

As part of the WexSci, Wexford Science Festival, we invite you to join the virtual launch of the digital radon monitor pilot scheme for the New Ross Library....

November 10th - 7pm

Going Viral: The Trials & Tribulations of COVID-19

For science week the Wexford Science Café will host a discussion on the current pandemic....

November 10th - 8pm

Playing with Density- Rainbow Density Tower

Explore density with the Nutty Scientists. In this final workshop we will be making our very own rainbow density tower....

November 11th - 3:30pm

Meet the IT specialist- Michael Redmond, Innovate

In this video Michael Redmond explains how he got started in his career in IT which now sees him working at INNOVATE, a leading Managed IT and Cloud service provider. Currently he is INNOVATE’s Professional Services Team Lead and has a wealth of experience in the IT industry....

November 11th - 4pm

3D Printing Research & Applications- Innovations for humanitarian healthcare.

This event is now available to watch back. This event focuses on two areas of 3D printing research, medical device design and ethics, and the reality of 3D printing organs for transplantation....

November 11th - 7pm

Build a classic arcade game with Tekcentral

Learn how to build a classic arcade game using the makecode block editor. Using the makecode block editor, based on the Python programming language, we will build a classic arcade game....

November 12th - 3:30pm

Meet the Scientist- Dr Dominika Krol

Dominika graduated with a BSc in Environmental Science from Jagiellonian University in Poland in 2006, and received her MSc in 2008. She has a PhD from Trinity College Dublin....

November 12th - 4pm

Niamh Shaw – 20 years of Orbiting Earth – Space Station Flight Operation

Andrea Boyd serves in the European Space Agency’s Human Spaceflight and Robotic Exploration Directorate as an ISS Flight Controller at the European Astronaut Centre in Germany....

November 12th - 7pm

UniverSilly Challenged with Jonny Berliner & Simon Watt (Grown-Up Edition)

Jonny Berliner and Simon Watt bring their UniverSilly Challenged quiz to Science Week with this evening quiz for grown-ups....

November 12th - 8:30pm

Dino’s Down Under with Dale Treadwell

Dale Treadwell brings you on a fascinating journey to discover the world of dinosaurs and will introduce to some of his favourites!...

November 13th

Technology and Science in Modern Farming

Farmers are combining the best of modern technology and science to improve food production on their farms, in addition to making farm life a little easier. ...

November 13th - 4pm

Pick Your Brain! Live quiz with Phil Smyth (for Grown-Ups!)

Phil Smyth (RTE’s After School Hub) has the questions and the bad jokes but do you have the answers? Join us for this fun 60-minute quiz that will a wide range of topics and tests for grown-ups! And there will be great prizes to be won....

November 13th - 8pm

Mysterious Microbes with Scientific Sue

This family event will introduce, in a fun and engaging manner, the different types of microbes which share our world with us....

November 14th & 15th

The Iceberg Ship- Inventor Stories with StoryGate

Icebergs and ships don’t go together well, we all know that. But what about a ship made of ice? Mad, you say? It would just melt? No!...

November 14th - 11:30am

Balancing – Tips and Tricks with StrongWomen Science

Ever wanted to know how circus artists do their balancing tricks? Discover the science behind their astounding acts. In Balancing – Tips and Tricks, scientists turned performers, Aoife and Maria show...

November 14th - 12:00pm

Fun Experiments with Vinny the Vulture!

Do you love experiments? In this puppetry and science video, Vinny the Vulture will discover how you can easily tell which of the many liquids in your house is a base and which is an acid....

November 14th - 12:30pm

Non-Newtonian Liquids – Tips and Tricks with StrongWomen Science

In Non-Newtonian Liquids – Tips and Tricks – Aoife and Maria, from StrongWomen Science, get messy in the cause of science....

November 14th - 1:00pm

Stories of New Inventions that make life easier!

Inventors have long beards and are long dead? Far from it! In this Science and Puppetry video, meet Vinny the Vulture as he explores new inventions, some even invented by kids!...

November 14th - 1:30pm

Baking in Space 2020

Space champion, Dr. Niamh Shaw and Great British Bake Off finalist, Andrew Smyth will bring you on a journey from Earth to the Moon and back, with demos and bakes directly to your kitchens!...

November 14th - 7pm

The Mirror Trap

The Mirror Trap is a short headphone play/experience/installation/horror story about psychology and quantum physics....

November 14th - 7:30pm

Niamh Shaw – Learning to live Sustainably from a simulated Mars mission

Award-winning science communicator Niamh Shaw participated in a simulated Mars mission in 2017 and after just 15 days in isolation with limited water, food and energy supplies her whole perception of living on Earth changed forever....

November 15th - 6pm

WWETB FabLabs

The Waterford Wexford Education Training Board (WWETB) has opened two FabLab’s, one based in Enniscorthy and one in New Ross...

November 8th - 15th

WWETB NZEB Training

WWETB has developed a number of training courses which are designed to provide learners with knowledge of the principles and practices that help in achieving the NZEB standard....

November 8th - 15th