Abbott takes part in National
Science week

More than 600 individual events nationwide have been registered so far as part of Science Week 2012 ‘Everyday Experimenting’, which takes place nationwide from 11th – 18th November. Events are being held in libraries, schools, colleges, universities and other centres across Ireland.

More than 600 individual events nationwide have been registered so far as part of Science Week 2012 ‘Everyday Experimenting’, which takes place nationwide from 11th – 18th November. Events are being held in libraries, schools, colleges, universities and other centres across Ireland.

Science Week 2012 ‘Everyday Experimenting’ aims to demonstrate that you are a part of Science. You are constantly experimenting. From attempting a new level on a game, to trialling a new recipe and even embarking on a first date – these are everyday experiments.

‘Abbott Operation Discovery’ is the event that hopes to engage young Longford people in science for the week.

The Operation Discovery science education programme is a unique initiative designed to inspire, thrill and engage secondary-level students through authentic hands-on experiences in science. Teams of Abbott volunteers work with teachers and pupils to facilitate hands-on activities aiming to influence and inspire students to a career in science. The programme is conducted with the support of Abbott’s philanthropic foundation the Abbott Fund and will be visiting over four schools in Longford.

For information on ‘Everyday Experimenting’ competitions, activities and events taking place Longford and nationwide visit www.scienceweek.ie.