The latest projects to receive funding through the SFI Discover programme involve Lego leagues, beekeepers, sign language and more.
A national investment of €5.2m will support 49 public engagement and education initiatives in Ireland in a bid to improve public understanding of and engagement with STEM.
This investment through the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Discover programme was announced today (22 March) by Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris, TD.
This year’s projects cover diverse areas of STEM, from biodiversity, climate action and coding to digital wellbeing, pandemics and the link between music, maths and physics. They are catered towards different audiences across all ages.
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