School children exhibit their projects at the RDS Primary Science Fair

The RDS Primary Science Fairbegins in Dublin today with almost3,000 primary school children taking part.

The three-day event is organised by the RDS but runs alongside the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition, which opens to the public today - writes

This is the ninth year of the fair which involves a whole class undertaking an investigation using STEM skills and then exhibiting their findings.

Each day a different group of schools will displaytheir projects in a non-competitive environment.

In recent years the fair has expanded outside Dublin;7,000 pupils will also take partin Limerick next week and in Belfast in June.

Among the questions being posed are "Why do basketballs bounce?", "Can a parachute save an egg from a two-storey fall?"and "Why do onions make us cry?".

Second round judging in theBT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition will take place today and more than 60 science related shows will begin.

Industry exhibitors will also have their stands open.

Former hacker Kevin Mitnick, who was on the FBI most wanted list, will also give a talk this afternoon, as will Irish "astronaut in training" Norah Patten.

Organisers have warned that because the ticket situation is tight, intending visitors should book online before travelling to the venue to avoid the disappointment of potentially being turned away.

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