A large group of students from the CBS have once again represented the school at the BT Young Scientist exhibition in the RDS last week, one of the world’s largest & longest-running project-based
The students have been working hard on their projects in conjunction with their teachers Ms Breege Grennan and Mr Niall O’Sullivan. The CBS has a long tradition of success at the BT Young Scientist competition, and we are delighted that this is the case again in 2019.
The projects and students include:
William Tully, Kian Moran, Daniel Brennan and Leon Doyle with their project ‘The Effect that the Summer 2018 Drought had on Irish Farmers’; Ronan Lambe, Daniel O’Brien, Conor McNulty developed a proposal on ‘Effects of Copper Sulphate, Zinc Sulphate and Formalin on Footrot’; Darragh Hynes, Ben Hoare and Aaron Glennon presented their project entitled: ‘How Healthy are alternative sausages Compared to the Traditional Pork Sausage’; Mark Cox, David Burke and Eoin Bracken posed the question: ‘What are the Optimum Conditions for Drying Turf’; Daniel Brennan, Liam Hamrock and Niall Brennan qualified with their project ‘The Effect of Roofing Material on the Quality of Harvested Rainwater.’ Jamie Finnegan presented on his project: ‘Does an Autism Centre in a primary school makes students more empathetic to ASD’.