Local students receive recognition for their scientific endeavours

Michael Martin, TD meets Aoife Murray and Megan Clinton from Moate Community School Westmeath with their project 'Can Biochars derived from farm waste reduce greenhouse emmissions from Irish soils?' at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition in the RDS Dublin. 
Iain White - Fennell Photography

Michael Martin, TD meets Aoife Murray and Megan Clinton from Moate Community School Westmeath with their project 'Can Biochars derived from farm waste reduce greenhouse emmissions from Irish soils?' at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition in the RDS Dublin. Iain White - Fennell Photography

Secondary schools from Athlone were formally recognised for their productive endeavours at the BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition in the RDS Arena, Dublin, upon the formal announcement of results in the various project categories on Friday evening last.

Numerous awards and high commendations were afforded to local students in recognition of their collective efforts with Our Lady's Bower student, Leah Shaw claiming a prestigious special accolade (The Trinity College Dublin Global Challenges award ) in the senior age category for her project 'Citrus peels - the answer to global drought'.

 

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