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Daily schedules and special acts

12th – 14th January 2023

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Daily Schedules

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In the Secrets of Superhero Science, you’ll explore the science behind the superpowers of iconic superheroes. You’ll learn about the amazing engineering and science behind building an Iron Man suit, the real-life scientists trying to make artificial spider silk, and technologies that could allow you to become invisible.

More importantly, you’ll discover how these technologies could be used to fight diseases, to combat climate change, and to create new and more sustainable sources of energy. And you’ll learn how we might manage superpowers in the future, and how we can develop these technologies in a safe way.

Are you ready to unlock the Secrets of Superhero Science?

Dr. Barry Fitzgerald (The Superhero Scientist) is fascinated by science and superheroes. He is a physicist by training, the author of a number of popular science books, an energetic science communicator, podcaster, and a YouTuber with his channel “The Superhero Scientist”. Barry has seen the 2012 film The Avengers more than 80 times and his superpower will remain a closely guarded secret.

There are currently more than 1,800 individual spacecraft which are orbiting our plant today and new, private companies are launching more and more of these craft to provide us with access to space.

Satellites have become essential to our everyday lives; we need them for a range of services – from banking to GPS navigation and from data transfer to internet and mobile phones. it is because satellites can look back at our planet that they provide us with valuable information on our weather and essential data so that we can monitor global issues such as climate change.

So, why does space sustainability matter? If outer space is not safe, secure, and peaceful, the ability to use it could be denied to very citizen of planet Earth. Our activities in space have created a field of debris and rubbish in space that threaten our access to space. This debris can stay in orbit for decades, even centuries. Astronauts on board the International Space Station must watch out for debris that could damage and potentially cripple the spacecraft. Space Weather can damage electrical components both in space and on the ground, disrupting our communications and navigation systems.

This highly visual presentation will explore sustainability in space topics and how humanity is beginning to address this problem in order for us to continue our open exploration and access to space for generations to come.

A helter skelter performance from Strong Women in Science from Circus250 is dedicated to bringing circus to new audiences in unusual places. They make circus an t accessible of art forms, for everyone. Even in these challenging times, they work with you to bring invention and joy. they bring circus together with science, as we believe when science meets circus, anything’s possible.

Headspins, Backflips, Dance-offs; The laws of Physics like you’ve never seen them before! Join physicist and TV presenter Mark Langtry, aka ‘The Science Guy’, and his hip hop crew as they fuse science and dance together in this jaw-dropping display of physics in action, all to the funky tunes from DJ Emc².

Instagram: Mark_theScienceGuy
TikTok: Mark the Science Guy
Twitter: @MarkLangtry
Facebook: Mark the Science Guy

Discover how science can improve your performance on and off the pitch, with physicist, professional footballer and TV presenter, Mark Langtry, aka The Science Guy. Uncover the secret science to your success, hearing from Ireland’s top athletes and performance psychologists, to help you fulfil your potential, achieve your dreams and smash your goals!!!

Instagram: Mark_theScienceGuy
TikTok: Mark the Science Guy
Twitter: @MarkLangtry
Facebook: Mark the Science Guy

Irish Aid have drumming workshops running at the following times, numbers are restricted.

Clyde Room Foyer

Thursday: 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.00

Friday: 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.00

Saturday: 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.00

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