This event is part of the European Maker Week, an initiative promoted by European Commission and implemented by Maker Faire Rome in collaboration with Startup Europe. It's a celebration of makers and innovators all over Europe.
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Description: Junior Cycle Workshop

The invited Junior Cycle students from local schools get an an opportunity to visit the DIT campus in Grangegorman, Dublin and engage in a practical, college related activity.

This workshop investigates Force, Work, Propulsion, Potential and Kinetic energy and Newton’s Laws of Motion.

Once they have a little theory, in groups of 3, the students must use a range of materials, many of the them recycled like bottle tops and cardboard, to design and produce a working balloon car. All cars must be completed with white labels which the students colour and add to their cars. A competition is then held to determine the car that will travel the furthest.
This event is organized by: Dublin Institute of Technology
Where: Dublin Institute of Technology
Grangegorman Lower,
Dublin 7
Day: 15/05/2018
Hour: 10:00
End: 15/05/2018 12:00

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