Fr. James Shares Superb Images from BT Exhibition 2018 at RDS

Group Picture of Millstreet Community School with their teacher Shane Guerin at the BT Young Scientist & Technology 2018 Exhibition at Dublin’s R.D.S.. We thank Fr. James McSweeney who is Chaplain at Bantry Community College for sending us six superb images from the prestigious event. Click on the pictures to enlarge. (S.R.)
Abby Ring, Jordan Kiely and Emma McSweeney with their project ‘Are Teenagers carrying risk factors not what would only have been seen in older people before?’
Shannon O’Sullivan and Katie Healy with their project ‘Charcoal pencil or waterproof marker with a grip? How to make a firefighter’s day easier’

 

Brian O’Sullivan, Dylan Sheehan and David O’Donovan with their project ‘An investigation into the effects of heavy school bags on young people.’

 

Mark Casey and Eimear Corcoran with their project ‘An improvement to the ranking system for Ireland’s second level schools’.
And Fr. James also shares an image of two Students from Coláiste Treasa, Kanturk. Neil O’Leary, Rathcoole and Darragh Twomey,
Millstreet with their project ‘Feeding 9.6 billion people by 2050. The effects of Pseudomonas Fluorescens L321 on enhancing barley crop yield’.

Young Scientist 2018

“Best wishes to all the Community School students taking part in the BT Young Scientist Competition in Dublin” – Millstreet Community Council

These are the projects:

CorkMillstreet Community SchoolAn improvement to the ranking system for Ireland’s second level schools.Social and Behavioural SciencesGroup – 2 Students
CorkMillstreet Community Schoolcharcoal pencil or waterproof marker with a grip?-How to make a firefighter’s day easierTechnologyGroup – 2 Students
CorkMillstreet Community SchoolAre teenagers carrying risk factors now that we would only see in older people before?Biological and EcologicalGroup – 3 Students
CorkMillstreet Community SchoolAn investigation into the effects of heavy school bags on young peopleSocial and Behavioural SciencesGroup – 3 Students
CorkMillstreet Community SchoolNo Mower AccidentsTechnologyGroup – 3 Students

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