BT Young Scientist Announced
The annual BT Young Scientist Award was announced yesterday evening (10/01/2014). Each year the best and brightest young scientists compete to win the coveted title. This years winner Paul Clarke, from St. Paul's College in Dublin, won for his project titled "Contributions to Cyclic Graph Theory".
Kinsale Community School's Cathy Hynes and Eve Casey took Best Group at the event for their project titled "A study using statistical methods of people's attitudes to the ageing workforce of the future".
Shane Curran, from Terenure College in Dublin, was runner up at the even for his project "Chemical.io: The cloud based lab management solution".
Students from St. Gerald's College (Mayo) took the group runner up award. Conor Gillardy, Evan Heneghan and Calum Kyne studied an effect gumshield communications devices for managers and players.
The exhibition continues today until 17:30, with a Teachers' feedback session taking place at 11:30.