BT Young Scientist projects accepted to Exhibition

Six projects from Magh Ene College have been accepted to exhibit at this year’s BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition in the RDS in Dublin from the 10-13th January. Congratulations to all the students involved – we wish them every success with their projects. Thanks also to their Science teacher Mrs. Vallely.
The students and their project titles are as follows:
5th Year students:
Aine Dillion, Katie Curran, Niamh Creevy – ‘A Test of The Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis On A Rocky Sea Shore In Bundoran’ – Senior Biological and Ecological Category
Jamie Lee Clancy, Rachel Currid – ‘An Investigation Into The Effect of Different Plant Extracts On The Action of Amylase On Starch Digestion’ – Senior Biological and Ecological Category
Transition Year students:
Matthew Barry Improved Electrochemical Capacitor Incorporating Doped Graphene and A Liquefied Gas Electrolyte – Intermediate Technology Category
Aaron Bradshaw and Oisin Carolan – ‘An Investigation Into Biofeedback’ – Intermediate Social and Behavioural Sciences
Rachel Connolly, Rachel Moore and Anne-Marie Roberts – ‘An Investigation of Autumn Foraging Activity of Four Species of Irish Bat’. – Intermediate Biological and Ecological Category
Shane Towey, Gearoid Sweeney and Mason Collins – ‘An Investigation Into The Effect of Different Strategies On Success Rate In Penalty Kicks’ – Intermediate Social and Behavioural Sciences

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