FameLab is back! Held annually in over 30 countries, a host of Dublin partners are teaming up with the British Council once more to bring FameLab to the region.
Armed only with their wits and a few props, the top newest voices from the world of science, technology, engineering and maths will deliver three-minute talks on weird and wonderful science concepts. Expect to hear anything from why people are taller in space, to wasps that live inside figs, and how there are good guys and bad guys when it comes to vaccinations.
The top two from the FameLab Dublin heat will go on to represent the region at the FameLab Ireland national final in April 2019.
Dr Niamh Shaw will be MCing on the night and we'll have half-time entertainment from Bright Club's Pauline Shanahan.
So, encourage your curiosity and get a snapshot into the world of science, engineering, maths and technology at this entertaining and exciting event!
All welcome | Free event | Tickets
FameLab Ireland is funded by the Science Foundation Ireland and is supported by Cpl Resources Plc and Henkel Ireland Limited. It is managed by the British Council Ireland in collaboration with a host of top-class partners from higher education, research, media and public engagement across Ireland.
FameLab Dublin is delivered in partnership with DCU, RCSI, TCD, UCD, Science Gallery, Newstalk, research centres: Amber, Connect, Crann, iCrag, and TCD Postgraduate Students' Union.
Or if you think you can explain a scientific concept to a general audience in just three minutes, then why not enter? You could become the new face of science, represent Ireland at the FameLab International finals in the UK, and open doors to national and global opportunities in science communication! Here's all you need to know about entering FameLab.