Workshop for grown-ups (16+) via Zoom Join Fire the Inventor on Zoom for two sessions of inventive playfulness crafting mechanisms …
This show explores the extreme weather conditions which are currently being linked to climate change as a result of the excess production of greenhouse gases.
StrongWomen Science is a circus science show for children and families starring two women scientists turned circus performers. Aoife Raleigh is an engineer, Maria Corcoran an environmental scientist.
Ever wondered what engineers do and how they contribute our everyday lives, then watch this fascinating short film from Engineers Ireland North West.
Join Arlan Harris, Head of Education at Ballard Motive Solutions (formerly Arcola Energy) for an Introduction to Hydrogen Fuel Cells and their role in our Future Energy Systems.
This 60-minute show looks at the answers, with experiments and demonstrations in X-Ray vision, the super strength of bridges, medical engineering, aeronautical engineers, lasers, and much more!
Victoria Walker Dance’s Chemical Crew presents “Robotic Rhythm”, a choreographed dance piece looking at engineering movement!
Learn how to solder and make a working electronic gadget to take home with you. We have lots to choose from including lie detectors, musical bagpipes, burglar alarms and steady-hand games.
At this workshop, all the children will make a force meter and build a bridge using one strand of spaghetti. Using their force meter they will test their bridge to destruction, adjust the variables and repeat.
An interactive workshop where participants build various engineering flying toys. The children will then launch them from a kite high in the sky!
Visit the demo area to see a sneak preview of the next industrial revolution in action, and to meet the engineers who are using 3D printing to make it happen!
Energy is one of the most important topics for humanity in the coming decades and is a key area where the Engineer of tomorrow can make a difference.
The Engineering Discovery Zone is an area with family friendly activities to engage with whilst waiting for your next show or workshop.
MadLab is a unique, hands-on electronics workshop. In the workshop participants solder electronic components onto specially-designed circuit boards. Learn how to solder and make a working electronic gadget to take home with you. We have lots to choose from including lie detectors, musical bagpipes, burglar alarms and steady-hand games.
Ireland is helping Abbott to shape the future of healthcare and we have been proud to call Ireland our home for 75 years.
Circus performers use engineering a lot. They might use it to create an act or make a prop. This engaging self-workshop lets you discover engineering from the comfort of your own home.