Winner shots - Ronan Larkin

Generalised Continued Fractions

Young Scientist of the Year, Ronan Larkin 5th year student from the Christian Brothers' School in Synge St., Dublin. His winning project was entitled 'Generalised Continued Fractions'.

Winner Patrick Collison&Mary McAleese

Young Scientist of the Year 2005

Winner Patrick Collison & President Mary McAleese.


Fuel Identification & Alert System

Mairead Relihan, Kate Brislane, Katie Hurley from Desmond College, Newcastle West, Co.Limerick with their project, "Fuel Identification & Alert System".

The effects of sound on plants

The effects of sound on plants

Shane Smith, Jermoe Muldoon and David Roe, from Carrickmacross Sechool, Co. Monaghan, with their project "The effects of sound on plants".


Cystic Fibrosis

Students Sile Stafford and Rebecca Kummert, from Sutton Park School, with their project "A Study Cystic Fibrosis and a way of improving mucus detectment".


Rubot the Robot

Rubot the Robot has set a brand new world record at the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition in the RDS. Rubot , who was created by Pete Redmond, solved a Rubik's Cube in record time for a robot in just one minute and four secondsputting his name in the Guinness Book of World Records as the fastest robot to solve a Rubik's cube.



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

mimic the color

Mimic The Colour

Lucy Bradley, Niamh O'Kane and Cara McNally from Loreto School, Omagh showing their project "Can We Mimic The Colour Change Response Of The Chameleon In A T-Shirt".

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