FameLab is back! Held annually in over 30 countries, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland and the British Council have teamed up for the first time to bring FameLab to the university for a mini-heat.
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 the effects of caffeine on the body to why we should protect parasites, from the curable qualities of CRISPR to the cosmic lighthouses known as pulsars.
Presentations will then be judged according to FameLab’s golden rules – the three Cs: Content, Clarity and Charisma. As an audience member you too can be involved in the judging process and have the power to rate the contestants along with our esteemed panel of judges.
The top participants from the FameLab RCSI mini-heat will go on to take part in the Dublin heat in February, with a chance to represent the region at the FameLab Ireland national final on 15 April 2020 which this year will be held in Cork for the first time!
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 | Refreshments
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.
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.