#CrucibleIRL in Ireland IN REAL LIFE @ScienceGallery Dublin

A fun interactive day to challenge your thinking, get your creative juices flowing and showcase some of the world’s best talent in STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Maths), full details below.

COME AND JOIN US! 🙂    #CrucibleIRL

Crucibles will be meeting for lunch at 1pm on Tuesday 16th June at the Science Gallery, giving everyone a chance to catch up and meet people from other Crucible activities.

We have also arranged a Science walking tour of Dublin to explore the great Irish scientists and engineers. This will start at 3pm outside the Science Gallery.

We’ll all be meeting at 5pm for drinks at the Liquor Rooms (including Google hangout at 6pm with Crucible people who can’t make it to Dublin).

Wednesday 17th June

Morning session: #healthhack – can we save 3 millions lives by cutting deaths from smoking? Sign up here via the Science Gallery

Afternoon session: Full STEAM ahead – what is the future for STEAM? Our keynote speakers tell us stories from dinosaurs in space to getting mums coding. Don’t miss it! Sign up here via the Science Gallery This event will be streamed live on the internet. Please watch and join in via Twitter #CrucibleIRL.

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Morning Session: #healthack – can we save 3 million lives?

9.30am –Smoking – why it is a big problem (15 min)

Keynote Speakers TBA

10:00am #healthhack team session

We all get into teams combining experts, Crucible alumni and members of the public to work on solutions to the problem of smoking and come up with our novel and original solutions.

11:20am  All teams present their smoking solutions – 3 mins per team

12:00pm  Lunch + judging

13:00pm  Presentation of winners from #healthhack


Afternoon session: Full STEAM ahead

An forward looking afternoon showcasing some of the world’s best talent in STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Maths)

1.30pm Session 1 – New Faces 

Margie McCarthy (Chartered Engineer, Head of Education and Public Engagement, SFI) – Science Foundation Ireland: catalysing, inspiring and guiding STEM public engagement

MMcCarthy
Head of Education and Public Engagement, Science Foundation Ireland

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Sue Black (Daily Mirror Agony Aunt) and  Sinead Kelly – #techmums: kickstarting the digital revolution

Daily Mirror Technology Agony Aunt and Founder #techmums
Daily Mirror Technology Agony Aunt and Founder #techmums
#techmums program lead at An Cosan, Dublin
#techmums program lead at An Cosan, Dublin

Dr Mark Clements (Director Learning and Teaching) – Art/science research and learning

Director Learning and Teaching, University of Westminster
Director Learning and Teaching, University of Westminster

Kimberly Bryant (Founder: Black Girls Code) – Changing the face of technology: Black Girls Code

KBryant
Founder: Black Girls Code

3:10pm Session 2 – New Horizons

Kieran Daly (Health/Tech Innovator) – Using sensors to create art installations (poker playing)

Health/Tech innovator
Health/Tech innovator

Anita Quye (Textile Conservation Scientist) – Tartan tales: researching historical textiles by micro-chemical analysis

Technical art historian, Glasgow University
Technical art historian, Glasgow University

Paul Roach (Bio-engineer) – Creating ‘brain-in-a-dish‘ models for Parkinson’s and Huntington’s diseases

PRoach
Bio-engineer, Keele University

Lucy Rogers (Rocket Scientist) – Dinosaurs in space (or how I got into engineering)

Rocket Scientist 
Rocket Scientist

5pm    Drinks reception

Dinner: InspireFest2015 conference dinner

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Any questions about the event please email Polly:

polly dot dalton at rhul dot ac dot uk

or tweet @Dr_Black

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