06-Sep-2018
The most difficult part of doing a science fair project is actually coming up with a workable idea. Don’t worry; the majority of students have exactly the same problem. Watch the video to help you come up with that perfect idea!
14-Nov-2017
Friday 10th November 2017– Aaron Hannon, from St Muredach’s College, Ballina, Co. Mayo was named the overall winner of SciFest 2017, for his project EnableArm.
13-Nov-2017
Thomas and Dylan from Desmond College in Newcastle West in Limerick set out to design a crutch that would help people with a lower body disability to stand up and sit down more easily. For their innovative design they won the Abbott Runner Up Award a
31-Mar-2017
Prof Hugh McGlynn, Head of School for Science and Informatics in Cork Institute of Technology speaks exclusively about SciFest on its 10th Anniversary at CIT.
27-May-2016
DCU successfully hosted their first ever SciFest@College in The Helix, on 6 May 2016. The event was opened by Professor Brian MacCraith president of DCU. 193 students from 15 local post-primary schools participated.
02-Feb-2016
The SciFest@School strand of the SciFest programme was introduced in 2011 to support second-level schools in hosting their own in-house SciFest STEM fair. Participation has grown from 5 schools in 2011 to 71 in 2018.
10-Nov-2014
Friday 7th November 2014 – Christopher Carragher, a sixth year student from Our Lady’s Secondary School, Castleblaney, Co. Monaghan was named the overall winner of SciFest 2014, for his project Memory Buddy.
Nov
08 2018
SciFest@School in St Andrew's College, Blackrock, Co. Dublin
Nov
09 2018
SciFest National Final in Marino Conference Centre, Dublin
Nov
13 2018
SciFest@School in New Court School, Bray, Co. Wicklow
Nov
14 2018
SciFest@School in Mount Anville Secondary School, Dublin 14
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