How are bees essential for our food and clothes? How do bees communicate? And where do bees live? Join us for a schools workshop taking place in Trinity's Sports Hall with Jane Stout, Professor and Sandra Austin, which includes making a bee hotel to take back to the classroom with bee friendly seeds to plant.
Probe: Research Uncovered at Trinity College Dublin takes place in and around Front Square on September 29th as part of European Researchers' Night. It lays bare the diverse world of academic research with live experiments, exclusive performances, interactive workshops, stand-up comedy and storytelling sessions guiding visitors through the study of herd immunity, the future of tiny satellites, geoarchaeology and much, much more. See more at our webpage, and keep in touch with us on Facebook, on Twitter, or by following #TCDProbe.
PROBE, a collaboration between Trinity College Dublin and Science Gallery Dublin, Probe is part of the European Researchers' Night Project funded by the European Commission under the Marie Sklowdowska-CurieActions. The project has received funding from the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 722628. European Researchers’ Night, taking place in cities across the continent on 29th September. PROBE is free and is open to everyone of all ages.