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Minister David Stanton attends the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2019 with Minister Patrick O’Donovan

Student Jane Cowhey of St. Aloysius College, Carrigtwohill explains the concept of the Vituvian Man as a potential method of diagnosing scoliosis

St. Aloysius College, Carrigtwohill students present their project “Mushroom Enzymes: The Key to Reducing Excessive Water and Laundry Detergent Usages While Washing Clothes”

“Searching for a Simple Satellite Solution” investigation presented by Sam Dunning from Colaiste an Chraoibhin, Fermoy

Presentation Secondary School, Mitchelstown examine the impact of the Sugar Tax

Loreto Secondary School, Fermoy students Michelle, Meghan and Jessie research the factors influencing teenagers non-participation in sports

In the Social and Behavioral Sciences grouping, St. Mary’s High School, Midleton, students Fiona, Miriam and Jennie created the lightweight Homeless Helper backpack

“Overtone Singing, Can Anyone Do It?” Maisie, Eirinn and Katie from St. Mary’s High School, Midleton, demonstrate how two notes can be sung at once

The Hurling HEARoes project presented by Emma Hickey and Rebecca Geary of Pobailscoil na Tríonóide, Youghal

Padraig, Ferns and Charlie of Christian Brothers Secondary School, Mitchelstown reveal their findings on microplastic matter

Minister David Stanton and MEP Sean Kelly meet students from Christian Brothers Secondary School, Mitchelstown

Midleton College students Ciara, Alanna and Eabha investigate the properties of bacteriophage and whether it can be used as an alternative to antibiotics for the treatment of infection