Seven schools set sights on Young Scientist showing


ELEVEN projects from seven schools in Waterford county have qualified for the BT Young Scientist Exhibition in January.

They are:

  • Ard Scoil Na Mara (Technology – Individual class). Joint righting: An accurate electronic kinematics and muscle strength system for improved patient recovery after joint surgery.
  • St Angela’s (Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Group class). Are sweet flavoured e-liquids a factor in the vaping epidemic among teenagers?
  • St Angela’s (Social and Behavioural Sciences – Group class). From Textbook to Theatre: An investigation into dramatic performance as a modern teaching method .
  • Ard Scoil na nDeise (Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Sciences – Group class). Case Study of the Behaviour of Freshwater Algae in Acidic Conditions .
  • Blackwater Community School (Technology, Individual class). Electricity generator.
  • Blackwater Community School (Social and Behavioural Sciences – Group class). “Born this way” – A statistical analysis into the correlation between method of accouchement and autoimmune diseases.
  • Blackwater Community School ( Technology – Individual class) Pictuir foclair
    Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge (Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Sciences – Group class). The way we move.
  • Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Sciences – Group class)). An bhfuil Uachtar Reoite 99 Sabhailte?
  • St Paul’s Community College (Biological and Ecological – Group class). There’s a Cure in the Ground for Everything.
  • Abbey Community College (Social and Behavioural Sciences – Individual class) Work Smart Not Hard.

The BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition will take place from January 8 to 11 at the RDS in Dublin.


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