Links

The Newest Science site for / from / featuring Ireland

http://scibernia.ie/

New resource page

http://www.raft.net

Thanks to one of the pioneers of on-line education (especially in the physics field) Mr Walter Fendt

and his amazing website http://www.walter-fendt.de/ph14e/

An Animation of the disappering North Pole predictions

During the summer, predicts there will no ice in the artic by 2049, 42 yrs away!

http://www.ucar.edu/news/releases/2006/arctic.shtm

Discover Sensors

Check this one out, lots of experiments to watch

A Sensors Site http://www.discoversensors.ie/

http://www.science.ie/ science.ie

The Irish Science Site

lots of links to news articles concerning science

and the Irish science community, you can sign up for the regular e-zine

A huge list of Irish Webpages concerned with science

www.thehedge.org

The Irish Hedgerows Organisation

A great site for identifing Irish Wildlife

May help with ecology experiments

http://www.thehedge.org/ www.thehedge.org

science unleashed

A great explanation of most of the ideas in physics

and the science in the Junior Certificate

http://www.scienceunleashed.ie/ science unleashed

Possibly the best Popular Science Magazine ever

Deals with Current Science in an easy to understand way

The Magazine is http://www.focusmag.co.uk/

BBC Focus Magazine

available in Easons' and Borders Bookshops

sciencebuddies.org

Lots of Young Scientist Ideas

http://www.sciencebuddies.org/mentoring/project_ideas.shtml

Speve Spangler does science

A Science shop with lots of DIY experiments too

Hints & Tips for doing well at a science fair (Young Scientist)

http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/experiments/allstevespanglerscience.com

Again more projects but I don't think you can beat the previous one,

better treatment of scientific method and the rules of fairs in USA

http://www.all-science-fair-projects.com/category0.html

http://www.west.net/~science/expindx.htm A few more experiments

An ozzie site, that is really just A GREAT HONEST SITE!

http://members.ozemail.com.au/~macinnis/scifun/miniexp.htm

Heres a site for the budding computer programmer

Build your own Artificial Intelligence in a computer bot!

http://www.robocode.ie/robocode

Contains a tutorial on how to start!!

The Department of Education and Science

Syllabi and Curricula can be found here

http://www.education.ie/

For exam papers (marking schemes) see ....

the State Exams Commission (SEC)

http://www.sec.ie/

Science Fest

http://www.scifest.ie/

Crossword http://www.scifest.ie/documents/ScienceWeekCrossword2009.pdf

BBC Science and Nature News

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/default.stm