4.30pm to 5.10pm (40 minute online event consisting of two short 20 minute interactive workshops)
Children’s Event: Suitable for children 8-12 years old
Booking at Tyndall-rrific Virtual Steam Workshop, 1 ticket per device.
Materials will be posted out in advance to make live with our researcher’s on the night. During checkout please indicate how many children will be taking part in order to provide enough materials.
Join researchers from Tyndall National Institute to explore the secrets of light and the science of walking through two short virtual workshops. With help from our researchers children will get the opportunity to learn about light and create their own spectroscope, a device that breaks up white light into the colours of the rainbow. They’ll also learn about biomechanics and will create their own walking toy.
6.00pm to 6.40pm: 40min online event
Suitable for a general public audience aged 18+.
Book at: Tyndall Talks: Science Snippets – 1 ticket per device.
Join researchers from Tyndall National Institute as they present their cutting-edge research through a series of short virtual presentations and demonstrations:
IPIC from the inside out – From biomedical devices to communication, light can be used to shape the world we live in. Discover the role of light in our everyday lives and the future of light-based technologies.
From Atoms to Systems – Explore the future of electronic based technologies from the Micro and Nano Systems Centre in Tyndall National Institute.
Lab demonstration – This demo will focus on bioimpedance measurement circuits and its applications in biomedical and health monitoring.
Time: 4.30pm - 6.45pm
Genres: Science / Spoken Word / Workshop
Features: Family friendly