Inaugural SciFest@Teen-Turn

Inaugural SciFest@Teen-Turn

The first ever SciFest@Teen-Turn took place on 14 December in The Digital Exchange, Crane Street, Dublin 8.

Twenty-one students representing seven schools from Limerick, Cork and Dublin presented eleven projects. The projects were varied and covered a wide range of topics which included ' 'Eco Case', Cookies for Rookies', Effects of Migration on Teenagers' and 'An RFD Tracker to Scan Items Going In and Out of a Press to Help the Visually Impaired'.

The judges represented Intel, IBM and The Digital Hub. Congratulations to Isabel, Amanda and Sofija from Coláiste Nano Nagle, Limerick who were awarded the Best Project Award for their project 'Tracka'.

Well done to all involved.

Teen-Turn to influence course decision-making processes, inform participants on education and career options, and combat stereotypes by strategically changing how girls identify with technology career environments through work placements and after school activities.

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SciFest@School in St Mary's Holy Faith Secondary School, Dublin 5
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SciFest@School in St Declan's College, Cabra, Dublin 7
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SciFest@School in Newpark Comprehensive School, Newtownpark Ave., Blackrock, Co. Dublin
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