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Abbott Ireland connects with more than 30 students, along with their families, from St Peter and Pauls National School, coinciding with National Science Week (10-17 November), to stimulate their interest in the wonders of science and encourage their future participation in careers in science, technology and engineering. Pictured making new scientific discoveries through Abbotts science education programmes, Abbott Family Science and Operation Discovery were Yousef Sallam, Rory Maher and Daithi Allison, Abbott Volunteer.

Abbott Ireland connects with more than 30 students, along with their families, from St Peter and Pauls National School, coinciding with National Science Week (10-17 November), to stimulate their interest in the wonders of science and encourage their future participation in careers in science, technology and engineering. Pictured making new scientific discoveries through Abbotts science education programmes, Abbott Family Science and Operation Discovery were Yousef Sallam, Rory Maher and Daithi Allison, Abbott Volunteer.

Abbott, one of Ireland’s leading healthcare companies, reached out recently to students in 28 schools nationwide to stimulate their interest in the wonders of science and encourage their future participation in careers in science, technology and engineering.

More than 30 students, along with their families, from Ss Peter and Paul’s National School in Clonmel were inspired about the wonders of science through participation in the Abbott Family Science programme with 27 local volunteers from Abbott Vascular, Clonmel.

Abbott Family Science has had a demonstrable impact on how participating parents and their children perceive science, with many reporting a significant increase in a positive attitude towards science after the event and an increased willingness to do science activities and discuss science careers as a family.

 

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