Thousands attended the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) for the final day of the Galway Science and Technology Festival. NUIG helped host the final day with over 100 interactive exhibits at various locations around the campus. The event followed two weeks of science and technology events, including visits to around 180 schools across the city and county.
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