Grace and Hari compete @GYSTB

Grace and Hari compete @GYSTB

Two Students to Represent Ireland and SciFest at Hong Kong's GYSTB 2022

Two students, Grace Ni Ifearnáin, a second year student at Gaelcholáiste Chiarraí, Tralee, Co. Kerry and Hari Pranavam, a transition year student at Saint Eunan’s College, letterkenny, Co. Donegal were selected by a panel of judges at the SciFest National Final 2021 to represent Ireland and SciFest at this year's Hong Kong Global Youth Science and Technology Bowl (GYSTB).

GYSTB is an international student STEM project competition. The aim of the competition is to promote science and technology, provide a platform for global youth to develop their creativity and scientific mindsets, and facilitate the exchange of scientific ideas, interests and abilities among young scientists all over the world.

Sixteen countries and 84 projects are registered for this year's GYSTB. A full list of the finalists' projects can be viewed by clicking on the following link.

Grace's project number is IBBC112: 'Nature Takes on Nature: Investigating the Effects of Juglone on Japanese Knotweed'

Hari's project number IAPE135: 'Building an Automatic Weather Satellite Ground Station with Data Analytics Forecast'

GYSTB 2022 judging will take place live this Saturday 11 June on the GYSTB Facebook Group -

Grace's project is in the category BCO2: Project no. IBBC112.
Judging Time: 8.00 - 8.15 a.m.

Hari's project is in the category PE02: Project no. IAPE135.
Judging Time: 9.30 - 9.45

Further details of the programme are as follows:


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