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Alchemists Cafe
Armagh Planetarium
Belfast City Hall
Blackrock Castle Observatory
Cavan Institute
Coláiste Mhuire, Marino
Cork Institute of Technology
CSO Central Statistics Office
Derry City & Strabane District Council
Dublin City University
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Dundalk Institute of Technology
Dunsink Observatory
Early Childhood Ireland
Engineers Ireland
Froebel College of Education
Institute of Technology Carlow
Institute of Technology Sligo
Institute of Technology, Tallaght
Institute of Technology, Tralee
Irish Skeptics Society
Letterkenny Institute of Technology
Lifetime Lab
Marsh's Library
National Adult Literacy Agency
National Museum of Ireland
National University of Ireland Galway
National University of Ireland Maynooth
NSAI National Standards Authority of Ireland
Queens University, Belfast
RDS, Royal Dublin Society
RIA, Royal Irish Academy
St. Patrick's College, Drumcondra
Stranmillis University College
Trinity College Dublin - University of Dublin
Ulster Museum
University College Cork
University College Dublin
University of Limerick
University of Ulster Coleraine
University of Ulster Magee
University of Ulster, Jordanstown
W5 - Interactive Discovery Centre
Waterford Institute of Technology

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Math-a-Magic with Fernando Blasco & Planetarium Show/Exhibit

Math-a-magic show with Fernando Blasco and visit to Blackrock Castle Observatory planetarium and exhibition
What
  • Munster
  • Primary
  • Secondary
When Oct 14, 2015
from 12:30 PM to 02:30 PM
Where Blackrock Castle Observatory, Castle Road, Blackrock, Co. Cork
Contact Name
Contact Phone 021 4326120
Attendees 5th & 6th class or 1st & 2nd year
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Fernando Blasco is one of Spain's best known mathematics promoters. He collaborates with TV shows and radio programs in Spain and performs in Civic Centres, Science Museums, University Classrooms and other stages. In his presentations he uses magic to introduce mathematical topics. Although magic tricks usually remain a secret, the patterns in some of them and the underlying ideas are even more interesting than the tricks themselves. Children will enjoy the magic and adults will like the explanations on sudoku, number systems, mind games, calendars and quick calculations.

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