Student/s

School

Project Title

Teacher

Intel Best Project Award

Cathal Fagan
Shane Boylan
Carl Burke

St Davids CBS, Artane, Dublin 5

‘Amazing Rodents - An Investigation into the Correlation between Brain Size & Memory Function’

Jennifer Dixon

Abbott Runner-Up Award

Nell Garvey

Loreto Secondary School, Balbriggan. Co. Dublin

‘Does listening to music of different genres affect athletic performance and is there a variation effect depending on athletic ability?’

Niamh McNally

BT Best Communicator Award

Brónagh Kirwan
Róisín Lacey
Niamh McKeown

Loreto Secondary School, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin

‘The Intelligence Of Dogs. Which Gender is Smarter?’

Niamh McNally

Discover Sensors Award Winner

Teacher Award

Simon Jones

Skerries Community College, Co. Dublin

‘Variability Of Movement On A Unicycle’

Dr Katie Corbett

Discover Sensors Highly Commended

Teacher Award

Laura Hennelly
McCarthy
Rachel Taylor
Juliette
Bosschaert

Loreto Secondary School, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin

‘The potential of harnessing wind energy on the M1and M50 motorway network’

Niamh McNally

ESERO Discover Space Award

Lee Craven  
Tony Murray

Coláiste Phádraig, Roselawn,  Lucan,  Co. Dublin   

‘Research The Birth, Life And Death Of Stars’

Kevin Carey

NCE-MSTL Maths in Science Award

Leah Donnelly
Neasa Candon
Tara Jackson

Dominican College, Griffith Avenue, Dublin9

‘Can Puzzles Make You Better At Maths?’

Karen Ward

PharmaChemical Ireland

International Year of Chemistry 2011 Award

Aisling Power
Bea Sanchez Castanedo

The Teresian School, Stillorgan Road, Donnybrook, Dublin 4

‘Investigate The Ability Of  Different Food Substances To Act As Acid/Base Indicators’

Terry Glass

DIT Applied Computing Award

Dilan Hayes
Eoghan
Rutherford

Skerries Community College, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin

‘A New Approach To Artificial Intelligence’

Dr Katie Corbett