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Ireland chosen for Intel student project

Ireland has been chosen by Intel as a pilot country for a new global innovation programme for second-level schools.

7th May, 2011

Ireland has been chosen by Intel as a pilot country for a new global innovation programme for second-level schools.

Two schools in Kilkenny will this week be involved in a workshop to kickstart the project, which aims to improve students’ knowledge of technology and innovation.

It plans to promote technology-driven innovation, creativity, new technologies and social entrepreneurship. It involves a new interactive board, called the SustaInovation Game, that teaches the students about innovation.

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