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BT Young Scientist Exhibition brings forward the submission date for 2025 event

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From this week, Galway's students and aspiring applicants of the upcoming BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) can register for the 2025 event, and make use of the three month time advantage given by organisers to develop and brainstorm their ideas.

Sidero launches Ignite Programme to encourage young people into STEM careers

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Sidero, a GlobalLogic company and software, cloud and digital transformation specialist, located in Monksland, has confirmed the launch of its Ignite Programme which aims to encourage young people to explore careers in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM).

Burke commends trebling of budget for STEM grants for Westmeath schools

Local Minister for European Affairs, Deputy Peter Burke, has welcomed the trebling of the Government’s budget for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) grants to €4.7 million.

Midlands celebrates four Ericsson Finalists in Women in STEM Awards 2023

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The highly anticipated Women in STEM Awards 2023 celebrate and recognise the incredible achievements and innovations of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in Ireland, with the Midlands region celebrating as four women from the Ericsson Athlone team have been named as finalists in the upcoming awards.

Calling all young scientists

BT Ireland is encouraging local students aged 12 to 19 years to turn their creativity into project entries for next year's Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE). The deadline for applications is October 2 2023 and the event takes place in Dublin from January 10 to 13 2024.

Students encouraged to get thinking caps on ahead of the official call for applications for BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2023

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After two years of virtual exhibitions, Ireland’s biggest and brightest showcase for young STEM talent will return to an in-person event in Dublin between January 10 and 14 2023. The live event will once again bring science and technology to life with amazing student projects, spectacular exhibits, influential guest speakers, and immersive displays.

Galway Science and Technology Festival announces 2021 programme

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Galway Science and Technology Festival (GSTF) returns from November 7-21 as part of Science Foundation Ireland’s National Science Week. As a blended Festival with both in-person and online events, it will offer its trademark sense of fun and excitement to humans of all ages.

Galway Science and Technology Festival announces 2021 programme

Galway Science and Technology Festival (GSTF) returns from November 7-21 as part of Science Foundation Ireland’s National Science Week. As a blended Festival with both in-person and online events, it will offer its trademark sense of fun and excitement to humans of all ages.

More must be done to address gender imbalance in STEM education and careers, says Maria Walsh

Midlands-North-West MEP Maria Walsh says more must be done to encourage women to pursue STEM education and careers in order to address the gender imbalance in technical and other high level jobs in this sector.

Mount St Michael celebrate STEM winning students

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Mount St Michael Secondary School in Claremorris are celebrating some great achievements by students in the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

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