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Physics and life

24 March 2017

IOP Ireland’s annual Spring Meeting took physics and life as its theme and had over 100 attending in the Gibson Hotel in Dublin

Prof Louise Harra, UCL, Dr Anne McVigh, gallery owner, Prof Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Dr Josephine McCormick, artist and Dr Sheila Gilheany, IOP
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IOP Ireland exhibiting
at Irish Science Teachers Association conference 7-9 April Maynooth

Novel photonic mechanisms
for optical manipulation, switching, and light-harvesting in nanostructured molecular systems. Prof David Andrews University of East Anglia. DCU, TCD 30-31st March.

Gravitional wave astronomy talks
with Prof Shiho Kobayashi, Liverpool John Moore's University - UCC, UCD, QUB, 27-29 March

Teacher resource
Physics on Stage booklet, available

Manifesto for physics
Northern Ireland Assembly election 2 March

Catch the physics buskers in the Foyle Arena
Derry on 25 Feb and Belfast, St George's Market, on 26 Feb at the NI Science Festival

STEM in action, female workshops
24 Feb, Belfast Met College


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