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The organisers of the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition have commended secondary schools in Mayo for their high level of participation in the competition.
Four schools in Mayo are being represented by some of their brightest students at the RDS in Dublin for the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition, which opened today (Thursday).
St Mary’s offers a strong curriculum affording students the opportunity to study at the highest levels across an array of subjects. The impressive facilities at St Mary’s are unrivalled in Galway city; the school is set on some 40 acres of beautifully maintained grounds, boasting Gaelic and soccer pitches, basketball and tennis courts, fitness suite, weights room, a nationally recognised cross-country course, indoor and outdoor handball courts, as well as two sports halls.
Fourteen-year-old Tom McCarthy from Castlebar has become a sort of ‘science celebrity’ overnight after he revealed his plans to build a nuclear fusion reactor during his summer holidays in his parents’ garden shed.
Nine projects from Westmeath schools are battling it out for the top prize in this year’s BT Young Scientist Exhibition, with the winner to be announced later today, Friday.
Nine projects from Westmeath schools have qualified for this year’s 50th BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition, to take place in January. The projects were chosen from 52 Westmeath entries to this year’s competition.