Atlantic Technological University Galway Award Winners 2022

Major Award Winners

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Award Best Project Award
Student Sean Allen
School Roscommon Community College, Lisnamult, Roscommon, Co. Roscommon
Project
To find a more sustainable and cost effective method of keeping nutrients in the soil, compared to the use of artificial fertilizers
Teacher Elizabeth Glancy
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Award Runner-up Best Project Award
Students Tommy Morris, Mairead Lohan
School Roscommon Community College, Lisnamult, Roscommon, Co. Roscommon
Project
To determine the most effective methodologies to improve the recovery process for adolescents involved in moving from the sympathetic nervous system to parasympathetic nervous system
Teacher Elizabeth Glancy
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Award Boston Scientific Medical Devices Award
Student Fionn Rush
School Mary Immaculate Secondary School, Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare
Project
Can artificial neural networks aid hearing impaired individuals to lipread with precision
Teacher Máire Morrissey
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Award Boston Scientific Medical Devices Runner-Up Award
Students Su'ad Biuyo, Marta Prieto
School Dominican College, Taylors Hill, Galway
Project
How effective are painkillers
Teacher Dee King
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Award Intel Technology Award
Student Shannon Scully
School Presentation College, Headford, Co. Galway
Project
To create an alarm for when it starts raining
Teacher John Toner
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Award Institute of Physics Award
Student Aarushi Samal
School Dominican College, Taylors Hill, Galway
Project
The big questions of life (and trying to answer them)
Teacher Trish Carroll
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Award Business Excellence Institute Award
Student Shannon Scully
School Presentation College, Headford, Co. Galway
Project
To create an alarm for when it starts raining
Teacher John Toner
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Award Vermilion Energy Innovation Award
Students Aoife O Connor, Rylee Carney, Bronagh Fahey
School Scoil Mhuire, Strokestown, Co. Roscommon
Project
Comparing the amounts of biogas produced by different types of biomass
Teacher Clodagh Spellman
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Award Fenergo Communication Award
Students Heather O’Sullivan, Daniel Hegarty
School Roscommon Community College, Lisnamult, Roscommon, Co. Roscommon
Project
Turning out in force
Teacher Elizabeth Glancy
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Award Regeneron Life Sciences Award
Student Dan Carey
School Coláiste Muire Máthair
Project
The carbon footprint of microfauna
Teacher Anthony Carey
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Award SciFest Chemistry Student Award
Students Liam Murphy, Cathal O’Grady-Corcoran
School Coláiste Muire Máthair, St. Mary's Road, Galway
Project
Enhancing our Vitamin C content
Teacher Anthony Carey
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Award RSC School Chemistry Award
Students
School Coláiste Muire Máthair, St. Mary's Road, Galway
Project
Teacher Anthony Carey
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Award Discover Space Student Award (ESERO)
Student Aarushi Samal
School Dominican College, Taylors Hill, Galway
Project
The big questions of life (and trying to answer them)
Teacher Trish Carroll
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Award Discover Space Teacher Award
Student
School Dominican College, Taylors Hill, Galway
Project
Teacher Trish Carroll
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Award Irish Science Teachers’ Association Student Award
Students Emma Creighton, Emily Philips, Maeve Kilcommons
School Scoil Mhuire, Strokestown, Co. Roscommon
Project
Microbes- Where are they and who are they? An inside look into the types and whereabouts of microbes in your average secondary school
Teacher Clodagh Spellman

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