I told you we were a little “glow crazy” in our house this Halloween season and I promised you one more glowing blog post, so here it is… we decided to give an old favourite… “rainbow
Halloween season is a bit mad in this science filled house as you may have guessed by now. There have been more experiments than dinners in the kitchen the past week… we have been repeating old favourites, modifying others and trying out new
Continuing on with the Halloween theme we are talking PUMPKINS today; Of course in this house we don’t just carve them… Oooh Noooh… we like to see what else we can do with them… exploding, glowing, oozing… all in the name
This post is the third in a new interview series looking at Science and Nature communication through different media in Ireland
This week I talk with Michael Bell, owner of Nature Learn, to find out about his life as a nature educator in Ireland and his path into such a career.
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Michael Bell is an experienced wildlife educator with a background in conservation
Keeping with the Halloween Science theme, this week I share a cool experiment perfect for the spooky season!
Make a Spooky Sound Cup!
All you need is ….
a plastic cup a paper clip some twine or string a knife or scissors a
This post is the second in a new interview series looking at Science and Nature communication through different media in Ireland
This week I talk with Dee Sewell, owner and manager of Greenside Up, to find out about the various aspects of her business, the elements she enjoys most and what led her to this career.
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Dee Sewell is a qualified horticulturist and trainer with a
Happy Friday everyone… I promised something “Halloweeney” for this week’s Fun Friday post so here it is…. instead of an experiment I thought I would share a Halloween Science Quiz! Full of
This post is the first in a new interview series looking at Science and Nature communication through different media in IrelandI really enjoy using different media to communicate Science and Nature topics to people of all ages. I am always very interested in how others communicate in these fields and the methods they use. I have come across many people who have really caught my interest… their subject, medium and most of all their passion for what they do. Through this series of interviews I hope to explore how different individuals work in their specialised area, provide a sense of what a career in their chosen field is like and above all, express their passion for what they do and why!To kick off this interview series I spoke with =&0=&=&1=&=&2=&.
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Hi Jason and thank you so much for agreeing to take part in this interview series. I have always believed that you can communicate any topic to children if you just present it in the right way and that is why Planet Cosmo really caught