ADAPT is delighted to curate a programme of events for START: European Researchers’ Night at Trinity College Dublin on 30 September 2022.
Every year on the last Friday of September, European Researchers’ Night brings research alive through activities which combine education with entertainment, such as exhibitions, hands-on experiments, science shows, games, competitions, quizzes and more.
ADAPT’s programme of events form part of START: Start Talking About Research Today which sees Trinity College Dublin come alive with activities for all ages and all interests. All events are completely free, but registration may be required.
At the AI Dilemma Café we will be exchanging coffee for chats about people’s interactions with AI and encouraging them to think about the technology they interact with on a day-to-day basis and how it shapes our lives and our interactions with others. No prior knowledge of AI is necessary. Join us in the former Science Gallery Dublin building on Pearse Street for this thought-provoking event.
To celebrate European Researchers Night, this Think-In will run simultaneously in Malta through our partners: the University of Malta and Science in the City
Location: Trinity Long Room Hub, 5.30-7.15pm
The Glass Room: Misinformation Edition immerses visitors in data and privacy, and encourages them to question their understanding and comfort around this topic
Sign up to host or attend a free STEAM linguistic problem-solving workshop in your school. Open all to all secondary schools on the island.
We’d like you to put your burning questions about Citizen Science to our panel – submit them here
Location: In the TALKS tent, Front Square, TCD from 7.30-8.30pm
This interactive game demonstrates how medical professionals work with computer scientists to observe patterns in patient health data
Click here to play the game and come along to the DEMOS tent at START on 30 September to meet Dr Data