Welcome to UCD Science. University College Dublin has one of the most diverse Science programmes in the country, providing undergraduate and graduate courses in the biological, biomedical, chemical, geological, mathematical, physical and computer sciences.
Meet us at the RDS to discuss graduate taught courses at the UCD College of Science.
The Seismology Lab and UCD School of Geological Sciences held an open day in Dun Laoghaire Town Hall for local schools to learn about volcanos. Pupils from St Kevin's National School Sallynoggin, St John's National School Ballybrack, Monkstown Educate Together National School and Dominician Primary School Dun Laoghaire were in attendance on Wednesday 3 September.
Like to try something completely new, challenging and rewarding? Do you have a couple of hours to spare each week? Yes? Then join our Voluntary Student Tutoring Scheme.
The closing date to apply is Thursday 11th September 2014 at 3pm.
For further information and to make an online application, please log on to the UCD Access Centre website.
Intel Women in Technology Scholarships are now open. Intel are looking for candidates who are female school leavers entering specified four year undergraduate degree courses in science, technology and engineering. Please note that this is the first year that the scholarship has been made available to students in Computer Science.
Full selection criteria & details on how to apply on the Intel Women in Technology Scholarships website.
Science for Schools is a research experience for secondary school teachers. For four weeks this summer, teachers Olivia Derwin and Clare Lamont have joined UCD’s Laboratory of Molecular Evolution and Mammalian Phylogenetics.They are blogging about their experience in Teeling’s lab, highlighting really goes on in science labs at UCD.
On Tuesday 20 November 2012 the UCD College of Science welcomed academics, funding agency representatives and members of the public to the launch of the UCD Science Research Showcase. This publication aims to engage with a wider audience by sharing some highlights of work undertaken in the College.