The STEM Facilitator Programme is an innovative and interactive professional development programme aimed at developing participants’ pedagogical and conceptual knowledge of science.
The goal of the RDS Foundation Science and Technology programme is to encourage the development of science and mathematical skills in primary school aged children by fostering education innovation.
Inaugurated in 1899, the Boyle Medal continues to recognise scientific research of exceptional merit and remains to this day Ireland's premier science award.
The RDS Primary Science Fair provides a public forum for primary schools across Ireland to showcase their class STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) projects, receive feedback from experts in the field and learn from viewing other projects at a major exhibition, the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition.
As his greatest ideas often appeared in the form of useful suggestions contained within letters sent to other scientists rather than through his own publications, George Francis FitzGerald remains one of the great under-appreciated physicists in the history of science.