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1. Tyndall Lectures 2017 (Score: 1.0000)
The show will be performed by Eoin Gill as Robert Boyle and Sheila Donegan as Lady Ranelagh. Eoin Gill and Sheila Donegan are directors of Calmast STEM Outreach Centre at Waterford Institute of Technology. They have been celebrating the legacy of Robert Boyle for many years speaking and performing about Boyle in several countries.
http://iopireland.org/education/tyndall-2017/page_68622.html

2. Tyndall lectures 2014 (Score: 1.0000)
Following in the tradition of the esteemed Irish physicist John Tyndall (1820-1893) who delivered hundreds of lectures at the Royal Institution in London, these IOP Ireland-sponsored lectures use demonstrations and interactivity to enthuse school children about the physics they are learning in class. The 2014 Tyndall Schools' Lecture Series sees Master Robert Howard (7th Degree Master in Taekwondo) give a lecture on The Physics of Martial Arts. Master Howard who also has a PhD in physics will...
http://www.iopireland.org/education/tyndall_2014/page_62235.html

3. Swansea annual school Christmas lectures a success (Score: 1.0000)
On 7 and 8 December, IOP Wales joined Swansea University Department of Physics to deliver their annual schools Christmas lectures. School pupils from years 10, 11 and 12 filled the Taliesin Lecture Theatre on the Swansea University campus. Pupils engaged with some visual demonstrations and challenged Professor Madsen with their questions at the end.
http://www.iopwales.org/news/15/page_66695.html

4. Tyndall lectures 2013 (Score: 1.0000)
The Tyndall Lectures, held throughout Ireland every January/February, use demonstrations and interactivity to enthuse schoolchildren and show how their class work relates to modern areas of physics research. The potential for harnessing the energy produced in the fusion reaction as a future alternative to fossil fuels. Curriculum links include:How science works - applications and implications of science, energy resources, radioactivity, stars and fusion.
http://iopireland.org/education/tyndall/page_59191.html

5. Tyndall lectures 2015 (Score: 1.0000)
Following in the tradition of the esteemed Irish physicist John Tyndall (1820-1893) who delivered hundreds of lectures at the Royal Institution in London, these IOP Ireland-sponsored lectures use demonstrations and interactivity to enthuse school students about the physics they are learning in class. The 2015 Tyndall Schools' Lecture Series sees Sue McGrath take to the road with her 'Technology Rocks', an innovative, interactive show exploring light, sound, electricity, magnetism and ...
http://iopireland.org/education/tyndall_2015/page_64722.html

6. Tyndall lectures 2016 (Score: 1.0000)
In 2013 she toured the UK as the IOP Schools and Colleges’ lecturer, talking to 14- to 16-year-olds about the physics of spaceflight. Laura is a European Space Education Resource Office space ambassador, promoting the use of space as a context for learning. Laura works with lots of different organisations to promote science, technology, engineering and maths by developing resources and activities and providing support for teachers.
http://iopireland.org/education/tyndall-2016/page_66510.html

7. A series of lectures for teachers in South Africa (Score: 1.0000)
David Wolfe, IOP for Africa volunteer co-ordinator for South Africa, and South African co-ordinator, Case Rijsdijk, prepared lecture and demonstration material for three days of lectures on these topics, using the University of Colorado PhET software. South Africa has a joint physical science course for all secondary students consisting of half physics and half chemistry. Another workshop on teacher training will be held in South Africa in July 2015.
http://www.iop.org/about/international/development/entrepreneurship/south-africa/page_64106.html

8. Lectures (Score: 1.0000)
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9. Physics in Perspective: 2012 lectures (Score: 1.0000)
To find out more, see our Privacy and Cookies policy. She helps us become quantum mechanics ourselves while revealing the theory and technology behind future handheld devices. Manik Surtani is a senior software engineer at Red Hat Inc. Involved in the creation of open source technology he is well placed to tell students at the Royal Institution about the social impacts of new technologies.
http://www.iop.org/resources/videos/education/pip/page_55347.html

10. Physics in Perspective: 2013 lectures (Score: 1.0000)
Dr Helen Czerski studies the physics of how these bubbles form and how they help gases and particles move between the water and the air. Based on his extensive experience of working on the aftermath of the Chernobyl accident, Prof. Jim Smith discusses the health and environmental risks of radioactivity, along with how the media have influenced our perceptions of these risks. Prof Jim Smith:' Are the social impacts of nuclear disasters worse than the contamination?
http://www.iop.org/resources/videos/education/pip/page_60090.html

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