GYSTB

GYSTB

Global Youth Science and Technology Bowl (GYSTB)

Global Youth Science and Technology Bowl (GYSTB) is an international student science project competition in biology, chemistry, physics and engineering in Hong Kong.

The competition is a showcase of global youth scientific achievement and innovation, which aims 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. Science talents all over the world will compete for the grand prizes with their research reports and prototypes.

SciFest has been affiliated since 2020, and has given many students the opportunity to represent Ireland on the world stage.

GYSTB 2021

Students Erinn Leavy, Sophie McCardle
School St Vincent's Secondary School, Seatown Place, Dundalk, Co. Louth
Teacher
John White
Project An Analysis of Physiological and Running Metrics in 3 km Cross Country Running in Comparison to Track and Treadmill
Award Bronze Grand Award
Student Conor Casey
School Pobalscoil Inbhear Scéine, Kenmare, Co. Kerry
Teacher Sarah Abbott
Project AMSIMP: Using Machine Learning to Improve Numerical Weather Prediction
Award Second-Place Award
Student Giulia Baratta
School St Andrew's College, Booterstown Ave, Blackrock, Co. Dublin
Teacher Hilary Rimbi
Project Toxicological Investigation of Pesticides Using Paramecium as a Model Organism
Award Second-Place Award
Student Caoimhín O'Leary
School Ard Scoil na Mara, Tramore, Co. Waterford
Teacher Niamh Shannon
Project An Image Analysis of Rehabilitating Patients' Exercises to Measure and Improve Recovery
Award Honourable Mention
Students Dara Newsome, Conor Bradshaw, David Hughes
School Mercy Secondary School Mounthawk, Mounthawk, Tralee, Co. Kerry
Teacher Eimear Nolan
Project Specs - An Adapted Spectacle System for Dementia Patients
Award Honourable Mention

GYSTB 2020

Student Ruth Madden
School Largy College, Analore Rd, Clones, Co. Monaghan
Teacher
Colette Smith
Project The Microplastic Filter - A Small Solution to a Global Problem
Award Gold Grand Award
Student Timothy McGrath
School Community College Killorglin, Killorglin, Co Kerry
Teacher Marieke O'Connor
Project An R&D Study on Using a Nutrient Treatment Biofilter to Combat Oceanic and Freshwater Dead Zones which Harnesses the Intrinsic Potential of Halophyte Species
Award First Place Award (Biology and Chemistry category)
Student Alice Shaughnessy
School Calasanctius College, Oranmore, Co. Galway
Teacher Christina Kenny
Project Omnidirectional Magnetic Driving System
Award Third Place Award (Physics and Engineering category)
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