Welcome to the BTYSTE Archive

A warm welcome back to you – whether you were a past participant, a teacher, partner or a visitor since 1965, we hope you find something in this archive that makes you smile. We have included almost all of the exhibition guides from the past 50 years and made them searchable so you can look up student names and schools. There are lots of photos and a few newspaper articles that are bound to bring back a memory or two as well. We’re also on the lookout for lots more content, especially any of the missing exhibition guides so if you can help we’d love to hear from you. You can ‘Like’ our BTYSTE Facebook page, share your memories and reconnect with old friends from the exhibition too.

Exhibition Guide from 1965

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1965

1965

Exhibition Guide 1982

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1982

1982

1986 Winners

The overall winners of the competition were Ms Niamh Mulvany and Ms Breda Maguire of Rosary College, Raheny, Dublin. Their project was entitled “Focus on the Viola Tricolour-an Indepth study on Bull Island”. The Tanaiste, Mr Dick Spring TD was on hand to present the awards. They went on to win a top award at the Phillips European science fair.

1986

1986

Exhibition Guide 1996

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1996

1996

Turbo

Michaela Begley from St Vincents Secondary School, Dundalk with her project, "Turbo - fan jet engines open rotor vs conventional".

2009

2009

Previous Young Scientist Winners

Previous Young Scientist Winners, Back Row: Emer Jones 2008, Liam McCarthy 2009, Ronan Larkin 2004, John D O'Callaghan 2009, Aisling Judge 2006, Front row : Richie O'Shea 2010 and Alexander Amini 2011.

2011

2011

Optical Cloaking

Daniel Hobbs and Killian Campbell from Maynooth Post Primary School with their project, Optical Cloaking.

2011

2011

2013 exhibition guide

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2013

2013

Exhibition Guide from 1965

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1965

1965

Exhibition Guide 1982

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1982

1982

1986 Winners

The overall winners of the competition were Ms Niamh Mulvany and Ms Breda Maguire of Rosary College, Raheny, Dublin. Their project was entitled “Focus on the Viola Tricolour-an Indepth study on Bull Island”. The Tanaiste, Mr Dick Spring TD was on hand to present the awards. They went on to win a top award at the Phillips European science fair.

1986

1986

Exhibition Guide 1996

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1996

1996

Turbo

Michaela Begley from St Vincents Secondary School, Dundalk with her project, "Turbo - fan jet engines open rotor vs conventional".

2009

2009

Previous Young Scientist Winners

Previous Young Scientist Winners, Back Row: Emer Jones 2008, Liam McCarthy 2009, Ronan Larkin 2004, John D O'Callaghan 2009, Aisling Judge 2006, Front row : Richie O'Shea 2010 and Alexander Amini 2011.

2011

2011

Optical Cloaking

Daniel Hobbs and Killian Campbell from Maynooth Post Primary School with their project, Optical Cloaking.

2011

2011

2013 exhibition guide

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2013

2013