Young Mac app developer Harry Moran, a 1st year student from Coláiste An Naoimh Spioraid, Cork, talks to http://www.SmartFutures.ie about his BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition project ‘Robot Run’ that went on to win the Bank of Ireland Technology prize (Junior category).
We recently visited the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition to talk to some of Ireland’s brightest students, who submitted innovative projects with a strong technology theme.
2nd year students from Alexandra College, Dublin, Caragh Wrynne, Chan Wok and Bea Jackson, talked to http://www.SmartFutures.ie about their ‘Space efficient light harvesting Fibonacci’ project, which went on to win the Science Foundation Ireland Special Award (Junior Category).
The Smart Futures team will be down at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition on the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and Discover Science & Engineering stand from tomorrow until Saturday 12th January and students will have a chance to win a pair of Dre Beats Solo HD headphones. You will find us at stand no.33 in the Industries Hall.
We will have Engineer’s Ireland volunteers on hand (you’ll spot them in Smart Futures t-shirts!) to talk to students, who will be asking them to fill in a short survey about their thoughts on science, technology and engineering as a career.
Every student that takes the survey will automatically win a Smart Futures wrist band and be entered into the draw to win the headphones. Good luck to all attending the exhibition and we look forward to seeing you there!