The BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition is much more than a competition; it is an unforgettable experience of a lifetime for the students who take part. The Exhibition itself is the final stage in the competition, which is open to all second level students from Ireland, both north and south. As well as the student projects on display, there are a further four exhibition halls filled with science and technology based exhibits and entertainment, making it a thrilling event for those who entered and for general visitors too.
This year the following LMETB schools had projects which qualified for the Exhibition.
Scoil Uí Mhuirí Quitting Smoking: Which Method is the Most Effective? Social and Behavioural Sciences. Individual
Bush Post Primary School: Factors that influence peoples opinion on the refugees. Social and Behavioural Sciences. Group
Bush Post Primary School: The impact of same sex marriage on the economy on both sides of the border in Ireland. Social and Behavioural Sciences. Group
Bush Post Primary School: Muck Yeah. Technology. Group
Bush Post Primary School: Handbrake alarm: Technology. Group
St Peter’s College Dunboyne: To investigate the effectiveness of various substances in reducing or preventing algae blooms in fresh water. Biological and Ecological. Group
St Peter’s College Dunboyne: Trichoderma in plants. Biological and Ecological. Group
Dunshaughlin Community College: The Power of Suggestion: Are some minds more pliable than others? Social and Behavioural Sciences. Individual *Highly commended
Coláiste Na Mí: Internet Killed the TV Star. Social and Behavioural Sciences. Group
Congratulations to all our students and their teachers on this great achievement.