SciFest@School 2016 St Mary's CBS, Portlaoise, Co Laois

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.
SciFest@School 2016 St Mary's CBS, Portlaoise, Co Laois
08 2018
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09 2018
SciFest National Final in Marino Conference Centre, Dublin
13 2018
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14 2018
SciFest@School in Mount Anville Secondary School, Dublin 14
The Broadcom MASTERS International Award for STEM Fair Junior Participants
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