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Byline: Mary Mitchell O'Connor I VISITED the Young Scientist Exhibition in the RDS last week, and I was extremely impressed with the energy, innovation and imagination on display.
with students, from left, Nigel Booth, Jody Craddock and Enda Connolly from Athenry Vocational School, Co Galway with their project Mechanical Recycling at the Esat's Young Scientist Exhibition
A study during the BT Young Scientist Exhibition in Dublin revealed 73% could not be without them.
Byline: by MAEVE QUIGLEY EARLIER this year Tara McGrath won the Science for Development Award at the BT Young Scientist exhibition.
Fifth-year student, Jennifer Scully, received a special award for the best Biomedical Science or health related project at the 2005 ESAT BT Young Scientist Exhibition.
The detector, on show at the Young Scientist Exhibition in the RDS, scuttles along on six legs, recording the location of landmines to be defused.
3) I have entered the Young Scientist Exhibition which is held in January, I'm very interested in Mathematics and I really want to take part in this competition.
Two schoolboy exhibitors at the Young Scientist Exhibition in Dublin discovered the juice can trigger a positive reading on breathalysers - but only in extreme cases.