The Human Eye
Sean Browne, of Castlerea, Co.Roscommon, a student at Summerhill School, Sligo, with a model of the human eye which forms part of his experiment in light measurement exhibit.
Itinerancy in Co.Longford
Margaret Arless, a student at the Convent of Mercy, Longford, with her exhibit, a survey of itinerancy in Co.Longford.
Study of Alcoholism
Catherine O'Callaghan, from Bunclody, Co. Wexford, whose entry in the sociology section is a study of alcoholism.
A Three-Dimensional Image
Edward Fergus of St.Malachy's College, Balfast, is seen putting the finishing touches to a project in which he attempts to create a three-dimensional image on photographic paper by means of photography.
From Weather to Birds
Brian Dowd (left), of St. Benildus College, Dublin, is working on a project to establish changes in weather patterns during the last 20 years and John O'Regan (right), also of St. Benildus College, is entering a project in the biology section to show how man can prevent the extinction of some species of birds.
Preparing for the exhibition.
Communities of Derry City
The Minister for Finance, Mr. Ryan, listening to James McCauley, St. Peter's C.B.S., Creggan, Derry, explains his social survey of the communities of Derry city.
1975 Young Scientist of the Year
The "Young Scientist of the Year", Noel Boyle (17), of St. Finian's College, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, with the trophy which he won for his project "Adaptation of a Spectrometer for use as a Spectro-photometer", which was presented to him by the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Education, Mr. Bruton.
The Computer and its Future
Stephen Rooke, Middleton College, Co. Clare with his project "The Computer and its Future".
1976 Young Scientist of the Year
President O' Dalaigh chatting with the "Young Scientist of the Year", Miss Mary Kelly, of Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan.