Institute of Technology Blanchardstown Award Winners 2018

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Major Award Winners

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Award Science Foundation Ireland Best Project Award
Students Adam Kelly
School Skerries Community College, Balbriggan St, Skerries, Co. Dublin
Project
An Open Source Solution to GPU Accelerated Quantum Computer Simulation
Teacher Louise Sullivan
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Award Abbott Runner-up Best Project Award
Students Alison Egan, Áine Morgan, Caoimhe Harrington
School Castleknock Community College, Carpenterstown Road, Castleknock, Dublin 15
Project
A Study of Bacteria Found on Pedestrian Crossings around Dublin
Teacher Grainne Mulry
o
Award Boston Scientific Medical Devices Award
Students Gavin Bowen O'Connor
School Castleknock College, Castleknock, Dublin 15
Project
The Effects of Music on the Brain
Teacher Tom Tierney
o
Award Intel Best Physical Science or Technology Project Award
Students Zac Reid
School Kishoge Community College, Ninth Lock Road, Lucan, Co. Dublin
Project
Modelling Evolution: A Gradient Decent Approach to Predicting Population Genetics
Teacher Michael Griffin
o
Award Environmental Award
Students Nicole FarrellAdan, Klaudia Bondaruk
School Loreto Secondary School, St Michael's, Navan, Co. Meath
Project
Scan and Recycle
Teacher Dr Lisa Darley
o
Award Newstalk Best Communicator Award
Students Ben Richardson, Gavin Rossiter
School Fingal Community College, Seatown Road, Swords, Co. Dublin
Project
Headache Tablets
Teacher Claire Scanlon
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Award BioPharmaChem Ireland Chemistry Award
Students Malika Zahra
School Loreto Secondary School, St Michael's, Navan, Co. Meath
Project
Investigating the Effectiveness of Different Bacteria using a Microbial Fuel Cell
Teacher Dr Lisa Darley
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Award RSC School Chemistry Award (Royal Society of Chemistry Republic of Ireland Section)
Students (School Award)
School Loreto Secondary School, St Michael's, Navan, Co. Meath
Project
Teacher Dr Lisa Darley
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Award Maths in Science Award
Students Sarah Fitzpatrick, Heather Mac Kinnon
School Loreto Secondary School, St Michael's, Navan, Co. Meath
Project
Once in a Lifetime Weather: Fact or Fiction?
Teacher Dr Lisa Darley
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Award Irish Science Teachers' Association Award
Students Jack Crushell
School Castleknock College, Castleknock, Dublin 15
Project
Lasers: A Solution Without a Problem
Teacher Tom Tierney


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ITB Award Winners - Special Awards

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ITB Horticultural Award
Award 1st Place
Students Holly Leech
School Wesley College, Ballinteer, Dublin 16
Project
Can We Get on TOP of Our Degrading SOIL?
Teacher Julie Hudson
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Category: Junior Individual Life Sciences
Award First Place
Students Gavin Bowen O'Connor
School Castleknock College, Castleknock, Dublin 15
Project
The Effects of Music on the Brain
Teacher Tom Tierney
o
Category: Junior Individual Physical Sciences
Award First Place
Students Jack Crushell
School Castleknock College, Castleknock, Dublin 15
Project
Lasers: A Solution Without a Problem
Teacher Tom Tierney
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Category: Junior Group Life Sciences/Technology
Award First Place
Students Alison Egan, Áine Morgan, Caoimhe Harrington
School Castleknock Community College, Carpenterstown Road, Castleknock, Dublin 15
Project
A Study of Bacteria Found on Pedestrian Crossings around Dublin
Teacher Grainne Mulry
o
Award Second Place
Students Alex Kavanagh, Zibi Senkowski
School Fingal Community College, Seatown Road, Swords, Co. Dublin
Project
Effects of CPR
Teacher Claire Scanlon
o
Award Second Place
Students Nicole Farrell Adan, Klaudia Bondaruk
School Loreto Secondary School, St Michael's, Navan, Co. Meath
Project
Scan and Recycle
Teacher Dr Lisa Darley
o
Award Third Place
Students Sadbh Duggan, Kate Giblin, Isabella Fagan
School Dominican College, Sion Hill, Blackrock, Co. Dublin
Project
The Effect of Physical Exercise on Visual Short Term Memory
Teacher Niamh O Mahony
o
Award Third Place
Students Grace Jing, Ella White, Loveth Festus
School Kishoge Community College, Ninth Lock Road, Lucan, Co. Dublin
Project
No Sugar! No Way!
Teacher Bronagh Murphy
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Category: Junior Group Physical Sciences
Award First Place
Students Sarah Fitzpatrick, Heather Mac Kinnon
School Loreto Secondary School, St Michael's, Navan, Co. Meath
Project
Once in a Lifetime Weather: Fact or Fiction?
Teacher Dr Lisa Darley
o
Award Second Place
Students Ben Richardson, Gavin Rossiter
School Fingal Community College, Seatown Road, Swords, Co. Dublin
Project
Headache Tablets
Teacher Claire Scanlon
o
Award Third Place
Students Fionn Tierney, Billy Sheng
School Castleknock College, Castleknock, Dublin 15
Project
Electrolyte Challenge
Teacher Tom Tierney
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Category: Intermediate Individual Life Sciences/Physical Sciences/Technology
Award First Place
Students Adam Kelly
School Skerries Community College, Balbriggan St, Skerries, Co. Dublin
Project
An Open Source Solution to GPU Accelerated Quantum Computer Simulation
Teacher Louise Sullivan
o
Award Second Place
Students Zac Reid
School Kishoge Community College, Ninth Lock Road, Lucan, Co. Dublin
Project
Modelling Evolution: A Gradient Decent Approach to Predicting Population Genetics
Teacher Michael Griffin
o
Category: Intermediate Group Life Sciences
Award First Place
Students Vivian Wan, Sophie Fullam
School St Josephs College, Lucan, Co. Dublin
Project
Increasing Awareness Amongst the Farming Community about Skin Cancer and the Importance of Sunscreen
Teacher Michelle Dunne
o
Award Second Place
Students Alan Farrell, Kharisma Messam
School Stratford College, 1 Zion Road, Rathgar, Dublin 6
Project
To Measure a Student's Reactivity in an Hour Class versus a 40 Minute Class
Teacher Helen O'Kelly
o
Award Second Place
Students Jordan Fitzpatrick, Conall Chambers, Cian Buckley
School Confey Community College, Confey, Leixlip, Co. Kildare
Project
How Hygienic are Different Types of Chopping Board?
Teacher Jill McDowell
o
Award Third Place
Students Beth Stallard, Mark Gormley, David Farrelly
School Confey Community College, Confey, Leixlip, Co. Kildare
Project
Conformity: Is There a Gender Divide?
Teacher Grainne O’Loughlin
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Category: Intermediate Group Physical Sciences/Technology
Award First Place
Students Rory Glynn, Jack Cassin
School Stratford College, 1 Zion Road, Rathgar, Dublin 6
Project
Jump N' Duck
Teacher Helen O'Kelly
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Award Second Place
Students Eve Brady, Saoirse Johnson, Abbey McGiff
School Confey Community College, Confey, Leixlip, Co. Kildare
Project
Carbon Monoxide and its Effects
Teacher Grainne O’Loughlin



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