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What's Up for May 2009 features our sun :-)
What's going on ?
Introduction to Astronomy in Ireland -
Deirdre Kelleghan Outreach Coordinator IFAS
May 12th 2009 Ballymun Library 6:30 pm
Ballymun Library, Main St., Ballymun, Dublin 1 Tel. 842 1890, Email. firstname.lastname@example.org Free talk
Ireland and The Moon Landings: Some personal reminiscences
An illustrated talk with Professor Denis O’Sullivan of NASA, to commemorate Irish involvement in the Apollo Space missions from 1969-1972
Dublin City Library & Archive, Pearse St. - Thursday 14th May at 6.30p Booking Essential on 01 6744873. Admission Free.
National Drawing Day 2009 May 23rd 3 pm in conjunction with The National Gallery of Ireland. Dunsink Observatory Moon drawing workshop contact Deirdre 0872893828 Free
My Museum Series May 24th National Museum Kildare Street Dublin.
Deadly Moons a Moon drawing workshop for children
with Deirdre Kelleghan Free event
Deadly Moons is an art/astronomy drawing workshop which has been absorbed into UNAWE ie Universe Awareness for Young Children. A cornerstone project for International Year of Astronomy 2009.
Enceladus by a pupil from Scoil Oilibhéir Blanchardstown
May Events Darwin 200
Bealtaine Festival of Outdoor Science
Location: Southeast Ireland
Date: 17th - 24th May 2009
The annual Bealtaine festival of outdoor science in the Southeast is organised by CALMAST at Waterford IT and will have as its theme this year : Biodiversity through natural selection. Over 50 events scheduled.
Is the Human Y Chromosome Running Out of Time?
Location: Royal College of Surgeons - O'Flanagan lecture Theatre
Date: Wednesday 20 May 2009 7 pm
This year in honour of Charles Darwin's 200th year anniversary, Professor Jennifer A. Marshall Graves will give the annual RCSI outreach lecture - the theme Evolution. In this exciting lecture, Professor Jenny Graves outlines why the human Y chromosome is running out of time and how it could lose its last 45 genes in just 10 million years. What happens when SRY disappears? Would this be the end of the line for humans? Professor Graves explains the latest scientific research and discuss why, as the human Y runs out of options, new sex determining genes may evolve, potentially leading to different hominid species. Jenny is an inspirational speaker and this event promises to be one of the most entertaining events in our calendar this year.
The X Club - Thomas Henry Huxley
Location: National Location: National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology, Kildare Street, Dublin 2
Audience: Ages 8-12
Date: Saturday 6 June 2009
Known as Darwin's Bulldog, Huxley was one of the first anatomists to link birds to dinosaurs. Join an anatomy class with a difference!
Booking essential - contact BookingsKS@museum.ie or 01-6486332
If you would like a moon drawing workshop for your school or group contact me