Scifest 2017

Well done to all the students from Magh Ene College who competed in Scifest in the IT Sligo, last Tuesday the 9th May.  The students were accompanied by their teacher Ms. Higgins.
First Year students Niamh Carolan and Emma Birney competed with their project ‘Getting on the right track’.
Niamh Creevy and Aine Dillon with their project ‘Effect of trampling on ground dwelling insects in a sand dune’.
Tara Dolan and Chloe Kilkenny with their project ‘A survey of parental attitudes in the north-west towards the HPV vaccine’.
Rachel Currid, Jamie-Lee Clancy and Caolan Clancy with their project ‘A case-study into the public awareness of microbeads in personal care products’.
Connall McGowan, Peter Connolly and Kyle O’Driscoll with their project ‘An investigation into effect of strength characteristics on Gaelic Football layers sprint and jump performance’.
Kyle Nelson and Conor Herity with their project ‘Developing a more efficient method of drying woodchip for use in boilers’.
Congratulations to Niamh Carolan and Emma Birney who were awarded 2nd place in the Junior Physical Sciences Category and also to TY students Connall McGowan, Kyle O’Driscoll and Peter Connolly who were awarded 2nd place for their project in the Intermediate Physical Sciences Category.

TY students Peter Connolly, Connall McGowan and Kyle O'Driscoll who won 2nd place in the Intermediate Physical Sciences at Scifest in the IT SligoFirst Year student Emma Birney and Niamh Carolan receiving who won 2nd place in the Junior Physical Sciences at Scifest, IT Sligo Kyle Nelson and Conor Herity at Scifest with their project 'Developing a more efficient method of drying woodchip for use in boilers'
Niamh Creevy and Aine Dillon at Scifest with their project 'Effect of trampling on ground dwelling insects in a sand dune' Rachel Currid, Jamie-Lee Clancy and Caolan Clancy at Scifest with their project 'A case-study into the public awareness of microbeads in personal care products' Tara Dolan and Chloe Kilkenny at Scifest with their project 'A survey of parental attitudes in the north-west towards the HPV vaccine'