BT Young Scientist 2017

Four projects from Magh Ene College have been accepted to exhibit at the 2017 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition in the RDS in January. This year saw the highest number of project entries to date with 2,091 project submissions. Only one in four of these were accepted into the exhibition. Congratulations to all the students involved and to their teacher Ms. Higgins. Full details of all the projects are listed below:

Student: Conor Herity
Project Title: An Investigation Into Developing A More Efficient Method of Drying Woodchip for Use In Boilers.
Category: Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences

Students: Niamh Creevy, Katie Curran, Aine Dillon
Project Title: An Investigation Into The Effects of Trampling On Ground-Dwelling Insects In A Sand Dune Ecosystem In Co. Donegal
Category: Biological and Ecological

Students: Jamie Lee Clancy, Caolan Clancy, Rachel Currid
Project Title: A Case-Study Into Public Awareness of Microbeads In Personal Care and Household Products
Category: Social and Behavioural Sciences

Students: Tara Dolan,Chloe Kilkenny
Project Title: A Survey of Parental Attitudes In The North-West Towards The HPV Vaccine
Category: Social and Behavioural Sciences

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