It seems the subject of space travel is everywhere at the moment. Here are just a few topics that have cropped up in my time line in the last few weeks.
Firstly there was the timely and obliging space probe that landed on a comet right in the
It is Science Week in Ireland this week and to mark the occasion I thought I would share out top five science and nature picks from Netflix.
1. The Human planet (BBC Production)
We are loving this documentary series covering the life, habitat and customs
And we’re off! Science week 2014 officially kicks off today. Dr. How’s household has been busy preping for two weeks of school science fun, bringing The Science of Sound into 15 schools. I had a house full of
Nine years ago today my second child was born. It was a stormy night as I walked the corridors of the hospital, in the early stages of what was to be a quick labour, with the doors flinging open from the force of the wind outside. Then all went
The second half of our Carlow Walking Festival experience involved a family cycle along the tow paths of the river Barrow. Despite the activities of the previous day we were up and out of bed early in anticipation of the day ahead.
We collected the
Another week, another mystery creature. This week we are moving out of the sea and back to land with a very shiny looking insect. Do you know what it is?
Remember if you don’t it can be fun to try and find out and you can ask for clues or ask
How did you do with this week’s Mystery Creature? A few people got it right… here is a clue…
That’s right it is a sea pig – no, not like the one above, more like this…
What a weird looking creature and here