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The 19th Galway Science & Technology Festival will culminate with its final day exhibition this Sunday 27 November at NUI Galway from 10am-6pm. World leading Galway companies, schools, colleges and research institutes will exhibit over 80 free interactive STEM demonstrations and science shows for all ages to enjoy.
The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, was on hand last week to help BT Ireland announce a record number of entries for the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition, which takes place from January 11 to 14 next year. Some 2,090 project ideas were submitted by secondary students from 375 schools across the island, an increase of two per cent from the 2016 exhibition. Of the 550 projects shortlisted to compete at the exhibition, eight come from Mayo secondary schools, with a total of 18 students from four local schools heading to the RDS in January.
BT Ireland confirmed financial grants of €5,400 to Galway secondary schools that participated in this year’s BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition, one of the world’s largest and longest-running school STEM showcases. The company also reaffirmed its commitment to providing travel and accommodation grants for schools taking part in the 2017 exhibition, which closes for entries on September 28.