I was script writer and science consultant on Is Eolaí Mé – a 22 episode children’s science programme with a new science topic each week. The show has so many elements from science explanations, demos and experiments, to field trips, a weekly science challenge and even a fantastically funny silent black and white short (written by the very talented Patricia Forde).
Is Eolaí Mé is up for a Celtic Media Award in 2017.
Are left handed people in their right minds? Irish Examiner, 29/03/2017
I have a regular science column in the Irish Examiner called the Appliance of Science. Here are just a few examples:
Easy Parenting Magazine
I have a regular Children’s Science Page in Easy Parenting Magazine (Zahra Media Group)
Science Spin Magazine
(2011 – 2014) kids science page in Science Spin Magazine
Radio interview on The Right Hook, Newstalk (January 2017), talking about unusual remedies for colds, which ones work and which ones don’t!
(My part is about a quarter of the way into the programme.)
Radio interview on The Spin 103.8 talking about our earliest memories (Friday 8th August, 2014) (No audio available)
The article “What is your earliest memory?” was discussed on Ryan Tubridy, 2FM (Friday 8th August, 2014; discussion starts 1 hour 7 minutes into the program)
Contributed to the Halloween edition of the children’s radio show (October 2012) The Discovery Lab on RTE junior Radio; See how you do in Dr. How’s Spooky Halloween Science Quiz
Meet the Mumpreneur, 2016.
How not to flop at flipping, February 2017
Mums on Line
The Science of Falling in Love, February 2017
My Kids Time
Newspaper Articles (features and quotes)
Coping with Phobias by Kate Gunn
Falling in love only takes one fifth of a second by Niamh Griffin (print only)
Blog and website Awards
Winner of the Realex Web Awards (Best Educational Website) 2016
Finalist, Blog Awards Ireland (Science and Education) 2016
Winner of Irish Parenting Blog Award (Special Interest Category) 2015
Bronze winner, Blog Awards Ireland (Science and Education) 2015
Finalist, Web Awards Ireland (Science and Technology) 2015
Finalist, Blog Awards Ireland (Science and Education) 2014