Atlantic Technological University Galway Awards 2023

Major Award Winners

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Award Best Project Award
Student Angelina O Neill
School Application of a Range of Biomaterials Towards a More Sustainable Future
Project
Presentation College Headford, Headford, Co. Galway
Teacher John Toner
o
Award Runner-up Best Project Award
Student Claire Leuridan Slevin
School Dominican College, Taylors Hill, Galway
Project
Comparing Progession to STEM Courses and Careers between all Girls and Co-Educational Schools
Teacher Jean Carr
o
Award Boston Scientific Medical Devices Award
Student Aoibheann O Grady Corcoran
School Colaiste Muire Mathair, St. Mary's Road, Galway
Project
Watch out! Helping to Detect Unnoticed Falls Amongst the Aged
Teacher Sinead Phillips
o
Award Boston Scientific Medical Devices Runner-up Award
Students Eve Kennedy, Ava Brennan, Alva Mullin
School Presentation College Headford, Headford, Co. Galway
Project
Motion Sensor Wristband Help the Visually Impaired Cross the Road
Teacher John Toner
o
Award EirGrid Climate and Delivering a Cleaner Energy Future Award
Students Gearoid Halleran, Daire Hanrahan
School Presentation College Headford, Headford, Co. Galway
Project
Design and Development of UPS Using Recyled Batteries that can be Used to Back up Domestic Appliances
Teacher Deirdre Halleran
o
Award Intel Technology Award
Student Dana Carney
School Mount St Michael, Claremorris, Co. Mayo
Project
Talk Time
Teacher Stephanie Hogan
o
Award Institute of Physics Award
Students Ellie Sheridan, Emilie, Morrisey, Chloe Williams
School Presentation College Headford, Headford, Co. Galway
Project
To Measure the Distance Time and Speed and Aeroplanes Flies Made from Different Materials
Teacher Linda Healy
o
Award Business Excellence Institute Award
Student Katie Jennings
School Mount St Michael, Claremorris, Co. Mayo
Project
Herd Helper
Teacher Stephanie Hogan
o
Award Smurfit Kappa Sustainability Award
Students Katie Corless, Triona Curley
School Presentation College Headford, Headford, Co. Galway
Project
Shampoo & Conditioner, How Much is too Much?
Teacher Kenneth O'Dea
o
Award SciFest Communication Award
Student Orlaith Heaney
School Mount St Michael, Claremorris, Co. Mayo
Project
STIGMA: An investigation into the effect of an app on child and adolescent mental health
Teacher Stephanie Hogan
o
Award Regeneron Life Sciences Award
Students Hannah Higgins, Katie Creggy, Aoife Ross
School Moate Community School, Church Street, Moate, Co. Westemeath
Project
Plan Bee
Teacher Mairead Cusack
o
Award SciFest Chemistry Student Award
Student Oliwia Mackowska
School Presentation College Headford, Headford, Co. Galway
Project
Are there Alternative Viable Uses for Fire Ash
Teacher Kenneth O'Dea
o
Award ESERO Ireland Discover Space Award
Student Freya Phillips
School Presentation College Headford, Headford, Co. Galway
Project
A Faster Method of Finding Micrometeorites
Teacher John Toner
o
Award ESERO Ireland Discover Space Teacher Award
Students
School Presentation College Headford, Headford, Co. Galway
Project
Teacher John Toner
o
Award Irish Science Teachers’ Association Student Award
Students Sarah Mongey, Sarah Reilly
School Presentation College Headford, Headford, Co. Galway
Project
Inner Monologue
Teacher John Toner
o
Award Dawn Meats Agricultural Science Award
Student Agata Zdybel
School Dominican College, Taylors Hill, Galway
Project
Investigating the effect of colour on food choices
Teacher Dee King

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