DCU had three successes in the latest round of SFI Discover funding call. Suzanne Little from Insight DCU has received funding for the Girls Hack Ireland program which aims to encourage girls and women into computer science through creative and interactive learning. Eilish McLoughlin was also succesful with her Physics Busking programme. The project is a leading national STEM education initiative that supports science teachers and researchers to increase the general public’s engagement in STEM. Finally Cara Green is leading Adapt's €220,000 Problem-Solving Initiative (PSI) which promotes STEM career pathways. Their project will promote the key problem solving skills needed for the fields of Technology, Science, Maths, Linguistics and Language. For more information see the SFI website here.