Here you will find a variety of resources to promote STEM in the classroom including experiments, project work and fact files.
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Check out our resources and activities to promote STEM in the classroom.
Una has devised a series of activities suitable for primary school children. These are fun educational activities that use everyday household materials.
Be inspired by female scientists, mathematicians and engineers with these fact files. Find out more and create group projects.
What is STEM?
Why is it important?
Watch this video to find out more.
Dr Maria McNamara (University College Cork) and her team of researchers, have made a landmark dinosaur discovery: the first example of a plant-eating dinosaur that had both scales and feathers. The team found remains of the plant-eating dinosaur, at a fossil site in eastern Siberia. This is the first example found of a herbivore dinosaur to have both feathers and scales, and allows us to consider that all dinosaurs may have been feathered.
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