BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition

Best of luck to the students of 9 Clare schools competing in the 58th BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition today.

The Exhibition provides a platform for students across Ireland to demonstrate their creativity in the areas of science, technology, engineering and maths. Below is a list of the Clare projects presenting at this year’s event.

Humans of St. Anne’s Community College- An Investigation into the Effect of Water Temperature on the – Degradation of Plastics Into Microplastics

Coláiste Muire Ennis- Investigating the Relationship Between Risk and Happiness. – An investigation into the bacterial levels and general hygiene of retainers – The use of modern technology in monitoring heart conditions and the use of such technologies as diagnostic tools

Rice College Ennis- A comparative investigation into the antimicrobial effects of different elderberry products St Joseph’s Secondary School Spanish Point- Hot Plants – 1st Year App

Kilkee Community College- Coastal Coverings- ‘The Future of the Loop Head Peninsula’

CBS Ennistymon- Brain gaming and training- Local Tourist Guide App – Nation Information App

Scoil Mhuire Ennistymon- What is the Best Optimal Path Algorithm?

Mary Immaculate Secondary School- Predicting the spread of hazel scrub in the Burren- Does the Limestone in the Burren Keep it as Warm as People Say?- An investigation into the effect of wind on tree shape- An investigation into the level of microplastics on a number of beaches in the West of Ireland- The Use of Tiger Worms as Biological Indicators – How the farmers of North Clare see the future of Farming in their area- The effect of wind on leaf morphology on two species of tree in the Burren