Wexford County Council supported by funding from Science Foundation Ireland (SFI), is delighted to present the first weeklong science festival in County Wexford to promote science, technology, engineering and maths, (STEM).
WexSci runs during Science Week from 12th – 19th November.
Events will take place in all public libraries. The festival highlight is a special showcase event with exhibits and demonstrations in the Wexford County Council building at Carricklawn on Friday 17th November.
There is something for all ages and interests; from biology It Takes Guts! to cosmetic chemistry; from particle physics to aeronautical science; from CSI forensic science to brewing beer; from space travel to robotics and from 3D printing to designing games.
All are welcome to attend this free festival but places are limited and events must be pre-booked.
- To book events in our five libraries throughout the week, please contact the library where the event is taking place to secure your place.
- To book a place at the WexSci Showcase event on Friday 17th November in Wexford County Council, please contact Mary Savage at 053 919 6569 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you during Science Week!