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Steve Myers

Developments in medical applications at CERN

2 March 2015

The Ulster Museum in Belfast was the venue for a recent talk by Prof. Steve Myers, former director of accelerators and current director of medical applications at CERN

Renaissance science
Credit: Northern Ireland Science Festival

Renaissance science
23 February 2015

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The Incredible Power of Light
Exhibition at the Ulster Museum, 19 Feb-1 March

A week of light in Cork
February 23-26: lectures, activities and trivia across Cork celebrating the International Year of Light

Quantum interferometry with nanobiological matter: status and perspectives
Prof. Markus Arndt. Talks at UCC, Maynooth, UCD, QUB 16-19 Feb

What Happens Next? Teachers workshops
Venues throughout Ireland Feb and March.

Welcome Disturbances
UCD Science Artists in Residence exhibition and programme of events, 29 Jan-11 Apr. The Lab, Foley St. Dublin 1

Renaissance Science
A visual journey with Alison Hackett, through history, art and science since the Renaissance. No Alibis Bookshop, Botanic Ave, Belfast, 19 Feb, 6.30pm

Belfast Exposed
Belfast Exposed – pinhole camera and solar photography workshop, 21 and 22 Feb

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