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Quentin Bragard represented Lero at a Science Festival in Limerick (nice picture attached ;)
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Quentin Bragard (PEL-Lero@UCD) represented Lero at a Science Festival in Limerick (nice picture attached ;)
  
 
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The Limerick Celebrate Science Festival was a great success on Saturday15th November. Children of all ages enjoyed a series of physics experiments during the science busking session in the Milk Market. The Celebrate Science festival continued at the Hunt Museum where the general public enjoyed an afternoon of science demonstrations, experiments and workshops including food, technology, nanotechnology, robotics, crystallography, aerospace, software, altitude, lego and many more.
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The Limerick Celebrate Science Festival was a great success on Saturday 15th November. Children of all ages enjoyed a series of physics experiments during the science busking session in the Milk Market. The Celebrate Science festival continued at the Hunt Museum where the general public enjoyed an afternoon of science demonstrations, experiments and workshops including food, technology, nanotechnology, robotics, crystallography, aerospace, software, altitude, lego and many more.
  
 
“It was great to see so many families coming into the city to enjoy and experience science during Science Week”, said Clare McInerney, Lero/UL coordinator for Limerick Celebrate Science. “We were delighted to see such a large turnout at the festival”.
 
“It was great to see so many families coming into the city to enjoy and experience science during Science Week”, said Clare McInerney, Lero/UL coordinator for Limerick Celebrate Science. “We were delighted to see such a large turnout at the festival”.
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Quentin presented dSUMO, a distributed urban traffic simulator.
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See [http://lero.ie/news/limerickcelebratesscience http://lero.ie/news/limerickcelebratesscience] for more details.
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Latest revision as of 15:37, 24 November 2014

Quentin Bragard (PEL-Lero@UCD) represented Lero at a Science Festival in Limerick (nice picture attached ;)

QuentinLimerick.jpg

The Limerick Celebrate Science Festival was a great success on Saturday 15th November. Children of all ages enjoyed a series of physics experiments during the science busking session in the Milk Market. The Celebrate Science festival continued at the Hunt Museum where the general public enjoyed an afternoon of science demonstrations, experiments and workshops including food, technology, nanotechnology, robotics, crystallography, aerospace, software, altitude, lego and many more.

“It was great to see so many families coming into the city to enjoy and experience science during Science Week”, said Clare McInerney, Lero/UL coordinator for Limerick Celebrate Science. “We were delighted to see such a large turnout at the festival”.

Quentin presented dSUMO, a distributed urban traffic simulator.

See http://lero.ie/news/limerickcelebratesscience for more details.