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Given the opportunity, what would you ask the Government to change? That was just one of the questions put to students in a research study released by the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition. Mayo students were amongst those from secondary schools throughout Ireland who took the opportunity to reflect on their education and hopes for their future.
Students from the Midlands were celebrating this week after taking home a number of awards from the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2011 which took place at the RDS at the weekend.
Thirteen Roscommon projects are to battle it out for the top spot at the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition, currently under way at the RDS, Dublin. The overall winners will be announced later today [Friday].
From horse hair and hazelnuts to ballet and biofuels, Westmeath students have been busy investigating some of the more unusual scientific questions, and will learn of their success later this evening [Friday] as the winners of the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition are announced.
As part of a BT Young Scientist project being carried out by St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, students are asked to take part in a survey which is researching the trends in numbers of students taking Higher Level Maths and Irish for the Leaving Cert.
Schools in Mayo have benefited from grants totaling €2,000 as part of a Travel and Accommodation Grant Scheme provided by the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition.
The BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition has broken all records with 1,616 projects entered into the 2009 exhibition, including 11 entries from Westmeath.
Young scientists in Westmeath will be able to access some of the top experts in US multinational companies in Ireland as they prepare their entries for the 2009 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition.
Eleven science projects from Westmeath are among the 500 national finalists in the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition 2009, the winners of which will be announced later today (Friday).
A Galway based playground company showcased cutting edge play equipment with integrated technology to challenge teenagers both intellectually and physically at the Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition recently.