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# BTYSTE

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January 2024
Thousands of students to take part in 60th BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition this week
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Two Dublin students take home this year's top award at the BT Young Scientist Exhibition
This 17-year-old student has won this year's BT Young Scientists top award
A Cork student's idea for steering wheel technology that will alert drivers when they are fatigued
Ireland has talent, but when it comes to tech and science it needs to tackle gender imbalances
Bacteria and turbidity: Young Scientists develop solution to monitoring private wells
This Young Scientist hopes to prevent slurry pit deaths with infrared beams and mobile alerts
Instagram 'likes' and whether or not money makes people happy explored at Young Scientist Exhibition
We tracked the progress of these Young Scientist projects - here's how they got on
This Young Scientist project is turning algae into pints of the black stuff (crude oil, that is)
The young Irish scientists trying to help contain the Fall armyworm
Climate change and social media - Here's what's in store for the BT Young Scientist Exhibition
'You can't stop a student from competing because their mother is a scientist'
How much bacteria lives on a pedestrian crossing button?
How a brain-like computer could be used to mark exams
'Hopefully projects like these will inspire more young scientists'
Cork teenager wins BT Young Scientist after discovering blackberry antibiotic in his back garden
'People don't realise how dangerous it is for kids': Students develop alarm to stop hot car deaths
Could banana peel be Ireland's next alternative fuel?
This Young Scientist project could help spot concussion injuries during sport
These Limerick students have developed a device to help track Alzheimer's patients
A 16-year-old who built an encryption program has been named Ireland's top young scientist
These Young Scientists asked parents about their attitude to the HPV vaccine
This 5th year student has invented a nappy that tells if babies are sick
Here's what you should be doing if you want to win the lottery
Is there a scientific way to tell how good looking you are?
Dublin student Paul Clarke wins top prize at BT Young Scientist