Institute of Technology Tralee Award Winners 2015

Major Award Winners

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Award Science Foundation Ireland Best Project Award
Student Liam Passmore
School John the Baptist Community School, Hospital, Co. Limerick
Project
A statistical analysis of whether segregrating males and females in PE will increase participation and physical activity levels
Teacher Paul Lynch
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Award Abbott Runner-up Best Project Award
Student Eoghan Pattwell
School St Brendan's College, Killarney
Project
Does two chains on a racing bike improve efficiency?
Teacher Paul Lynch
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Award Intel Best Physical Science or Technology Project Award
Students Alan Dwane, Sean Lane
School John the Baptist Community School, Hospital, Co. Limerick
Project
New method of mass producing hydrogen as a clean fuel effeciently
Teacher Kevin Buckley
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Award Newstalk Best Communicator Award
Student Oran O'Donoghue
School St Brendan's College, Killarney
Project
Healthy eating options for second level students
Teacher Marie Vaughan
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Award Chemistry Award
Student Kathleen Kennedy
School Tarbert Comprehensive School, Tarbert, Co. Kerry
Project
Seaweed - natural answer to obesity?
Teacher Eimear Nolan
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Award SEAI INESPO Award
Students Ursula Ní Mhochóir, Janine Ní Chonchúir, Lorraine De Nais
School Gaelcholáiste Chiarraí, Tobar Mhaigh Dor, Trá Lí
Project
Fuinnimh tonnta gan creimniú cósta. (Reducing costal erosion while generating electricity from wave energy)
Teacher Elaine NíDheargáin
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Award Maths in Science Award
Students Caoimhe O'Brien, Grainne Condon, Grainne Ryan
School John the Baptist Community School, Hospital, Co. Limerick
Project
To investigate the presence of pesticide residue in apples. Analyse the results and discover a safe means of removing the pesticides
Teacher Michelle Buckley
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Award Irish Science Teachers' Association Award
Student Éabha NíChathasaigh
School Intermediate School Killorglin, Iveragh Road, Killorglin, Co. Kerry
Project
To see the affects fizzy drinks have on our bodies
Teacher Sheree Murphy
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Award Boston Scientific Medical Devices Award
Students Timothy McGrath, Donal Brennan
School Killorglin Community College, Langford Street, Killorglin
Project
Virtual Visual - an app that guides a visually impaired person around an unfamiliar building
Teacher Donal O'Reilly

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