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Two Ballina girls were on an Irish Girl Guides team that scooped first place in the research category of the first Lego League Leinster finals, which took place recently in Dublin City University (DCU).
St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, picked up three more robotics prizes last weekend, when students from the school won the second National Mini Sumo Robot Championship in Galway. The Castlebar based school saw off competition from 17 other schools to lift the title. The team of Matthew Moran and Cian Ruane took on a raft of challengers, including a second team from their own school comprising John Dolan and Dara Coll in the final of the competition.
A team of six students from St Gerald’s College in Castlebar have been crowned Ireland's Lego champions.
A team of six students from St. Gerald’s Secondary School in Castlebar were crowned Ireland's lego champions in Galway at the weekend.
Nine young Galwegians returned home on Monday June 11 victorious from the FIRST LEGO League Open European Championship in Mannheim, Germany. The group, all aged between nine and 14, won first place in the Gracious Professionalism Core Value Award, one of three top prizes in the international competition.
The Radisson Blu Hotel will open its doors to some of Ireland’s brightest and creative youngsters as they compete in the national FIRST LEGO League Robotics Challenge.
Some 24,000 visitors thronged NUIG on Sunday to enjoy the 2011 Galway Science and Technology Festival Exhibition.
A team of six transition year students from Castlebar’s St Gerald’s College have just been named The Most Inspirational Team in the World at the first Lego League World Festival in St Louis, Missouri, USA.
Robotics Ireland is to host the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Lego League Challenge at The Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway, this Saturday, January 8.