1964 Young Scientist Exhibition
1964 Seen at the Intercontinental Hotel, Dublin last month, when they attended the Young Scientists Exhibition. Left to right; Mr. D. Hayes, Air education Officer, Aer-Lingus- Irish international Air-lines; Rev. Patrick Burke, O.Carm, Physics Department, U.C.D, : Dr. Margaret T. Duhig, Department of Zoology, U.C.D, : Mr. P. J. Brennan, Secretary, Aer Lingus- Irish International Airlines: Mr. Peter Start, Chemistry Department, U.C.D, : Mr. P Lynch, Chairman, and Mr. J.F. Dempsey, General Manager, Aer Lingus- Irish International Airlines.
The Molecular Structure
At the Young Scientists' Exhibition in the Mansion House Eileen Doyle, Mount Merrion Dublin, shows her model of the molecular structure of rubber to her sister Ann.
The Study of Mice
Miss Patricia Por, a Malayan student form Penang, at the Dominican Convent, Sion Hill, Blackrock, Co.Dublin, who breeds her own mice for exhibit "The Study of Mice".
Arranging The Results
Deughlan Godfrat de Paor of Presentation College, Dublin, arranging the results of the science and history of radio.
Micheal Gerard O'Toole, of Clongowes Wood College, Investigated the factors involved in the thermo-couple effect with tabulation of the results obtained.
Relationship Between Blood Condition & Healthy Living
Margaret-Mary Earls, of Loreto, Gorey, demonstrated the relationship between blood condition and healthy living.
The Human Ear
Vivian Jacinta Egan of Our Lady's School, Rathnew, made a study of the human ear and aids to hearing.
Plants and Chickens
Dorothy Flood of the Dominican Convent, Sion Hill, Dublin, was demonstrating the effects of detergents on plants and chickens.
Oil and its Refining
Eleonora Luzzatto, Dominican Convent, Wicklow, puts the final touches to her project, a study of oil and its refining. The object on the left is a model of an oil rig.
Young Scientist of the Year
Mr.Childers, Minister for Transport and Power, with Young Scientist of the Year, George Andrew Reynolds (second from left), St. James CBS., Dublin, and David Brian Phillips (left), Wesley College, Dublin, and Carmel Emelia Mothersill, Loreto High School, Rathfarnham, Co. Dublin.
Mr.Lenihan, Minister for Education, speaking at the Young Scientist of the Year Exhibition in the Royal Dublin Society, presenting a 250 Irish Pounds Aer Lingus prize to Luke O'Connor Drury, of Wesley College, Dublin, who is in the photograph sitting in the front row between Mr.Patrick Lynch (left), Aer Lingus chairman and Captain Kelly Rogers.