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During the Family Science Week showcase event at the MTU Kerry North Campus over the weekend, many attendees were captured enjoying themselves. Among them were Aliyah Bruse and Rebekah Landy, who were photographed having a great time together. Ten-year-old Eoin McMillan was also photographed getting into the scientific spirit, while Daithi Nolan was seen testing out some of the VR experiences available at the event.

Keely Flaherty and Lily Walsh were also spotted at the showcase with Robert Cooke, the Nutty Scientist. Meanwhile, TY student Muireann Hussey from Mercy Mounthawk in Tralee was caught testing Daithi Nolan’s skin as part of a scientific experiment. Sisters August Culhane and Sheeryn Culhane were also photographed at the event, along with six-year-old Keelan Wren and Aidan Nkomo, who enjoyed a children’s sustainable recycling workshop.

The Family Science Week showcase event at MTU Kerry North Campus included a wide range of activities for all ages to enjoy. From VR experiences to robotics and weather forecasting to electric vehicle displays, there was truly something for everyone. Organizers described it as an incredible day of free entertainment that inspired wonder in both children and adults alike.

With so much to see and do, it’s no wonder that many people were drawn to this exciting event. So if you missed it this time around, be sure to mark your calendars for next year when we return once again!

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