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Association for Science Education

Association of Secondary Teachers of Ireland

Birr Castle Demesne

Blackrock Castle Observatory, Cork

BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition

Centre for the Advancement of Learning of Maths, Science and Technology (CALMAST)

Centre for the Advancement of Science & Maths Teaching and Learning (CASTeL)

Department of Education and Skills

Discover Data Science

SFI Discover Programme

Engineers Ireland

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Environmental Science Association of Ireland

European Space Agency (ESA)

Ingenious Ireland

Institute of Biology of Ireland

Institute of Chemistry of Ireland

Institute of Physics in Ireland

Institutes of Technology – college websites

Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)

Intel Ireland

Irish Photonic Integration Centre (IPIC) - Outreach Post Primary

Irish Science Teachers’ Association

Junior Cycle for Teachers

National Centre for STEM Education (EPI-STEM)

National Council for Curriculum and Assessment

Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST)


Science and Technology in Action

Science Foundation Ireland


State Examinations Commission

Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI)

The Technological Higher Education Association

Teachers’ Union of Ireland

Technology Education/STEM Resources

Toward Women in Science & Technology (TWIST)

Women in Technology and Science (WITS)

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