Dr Sarah Hayes from the University of Limerick’s Synthesis and Solid State Pharmaceutical Centre, in partnership with Bord Gais Science Forward Project, demonstrating forensic science techniques to students from St Mary’s, CBS and Monaleen NS at the UL Chemical and Environmental Science Laboratories. The demonstrations were apart of Science Week which aims to raise awareness of science, engineering and technology studies. The Faculty of Science and Engineering at UL, Science Foundation Ireland and the SSPC are also running a ‘Movie in the Market’ event as part Science Week this Saturday, November 16. It will be starting at 17.30 in the Milk Market and there will be a ‘Mad Scientist High Voltage Jam Session’ and interval with ‘Flames, Flashes and Frozen Flowers’ Science Magic Show by yours truly. Also, free popcorn sponsored by the ‘Synthesis and Solid State Pharmaceutical Centre’ (SSPC) based here in UL. It is all about bringing the University and Science into the heart of the community and running a free community event!
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