Institute of Technology Tralee Award Winners 2019

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Major Award Winners

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Award Science Foundation Ireland Best Project Award
Students Timothy McGrath
School Community College Killorglin, Ardmoneel, Killorglin, Co. Kerr
Project
An R&D study on using a nutrient treatment biofilter to combat oceanic and freshwater deadzones which harnesses the intrinsic potential of halophyte species.
Teacher Marieke O'Connor
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Award Abbott Runner-up Best Project Award
Students Natalia Talaga, Temisan King
School Mercy Secondary School, Mounthawk, Tralee, Co. Kerry
Project
An Investigation into whether Graphene is an Effective Alternative to Plastic ?
Teacher Eimear Nolan
o
Award Boston Scientific Medical Devices Award
Students Oisín O'Sullivan
School Desmond College, Gortboy, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick
Project
iScope - The Design and Development of an Enhanced Digital Stethoscope for Remote Auscultation
Teacher Donal Enright
o
Award Specsaver's Making a Difference Award
Students Nicola Moriarty, Patrick Nolan, Sean Fitzgibbon
School Mercy Secondary School, Mounthawk, Tralee, Co. Kerry
Project
A Safety System for Bicycles to Improve Road Safety
Teacher Eimear Nolan
o
Award Intel Technology Award
Students Dylan Egan
School Mary Immaculate Secondary School, Rathbaun, Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare
Project
LifeSaver – A New Automatic Lifejacket Inflation System
Teacher John Sims
o
Award Institute of Physics Award
Students Daire Doyle O`Brien, Sean Vieux
School Mercy Secondary School, Mounthawk, Tralee, Co. Kerry
Project
Investigating the Energy Released by the Plasma Formation of Grapes
Teacher Eimear Nolan
o
Award Environmental Award
Students Cathan Harrington, Cathal Coffey
School Coláiste Bhréanainn, Killehenny, Co. Kerry
Project
SOIL SAUNA
Teacher Roisin Boyle
o
Award Newstalk Best Communicator Award
Students Ruairi Healy, Tadhg Scanlon
School C.B.S. Secondary School, Monastery Ln, Deerpark Middle, Co. Clare
Project
Levels of microplastics in different beaches along the west coast of Kerry
Teacher Desmond Healy
o
Award Chemistry Award
Students Katie Shields
School Scoil Phobail Sliabh Luachra, Rathmore, Co. Kerry
Project
Natural Polymers an Environmentally Friendly Solution to Plastic Waste
Teacher Peggy O'Donoghue
o
Award RSC School Chemistry Award (Royal Society of Chemistry Republic of Ireland Section)
Students (School Award)
School Scoil Phobail Sliabh Luachra, Rathmore, Co. Kerry
Project
Teacher Peggy O'Donoghue
o
Award Discover Space Award (ESERO Ireland)
Students Jared Ó Briain, Tomás Ó Dhuibhne, Seamus Lucey
School Gaelcholáiste Chiarraí, Cloon Beg, Tralee, Co. Kerry
Project
Colonising Mars
Teacher Tríona Uí Mhaolchatha
o
Award Discover Space Teacher Award
Students (Teacher Award)
School Gaelcholáiste Chiarraí, Cloon Beg, Tralee, Co. Kerry
Project
Teacher Tríona Uí Mhaolchatha
o
Award Maths in Science Award
Students Conor Casey
School Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine, Railway Rd, Kenmare, Co. Kerry,
Project
An Open Source Implementation to Modelling Atmospheric Dynamics in the Troposphere and the Strastosphere
Teacher Sarah Abbott
o
Award Irish Science Teachers' Association Award
Students Kiana Breathnach, Zoe Ni Chearuill
School Gaelcholáiste Chiarraí, Cloon Beg, Tralee, Co. Kerry
Project
Investigating the use of Neural Implants to reduce Parkinson's Disease
Teacher Tríona Uí Mhaolchatha
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ITTralee Award Winners - Special Awards

Award Inclusion in Science Award
Students Ben O Reilly, Georgia Twomey
School Mercy Secondary School, Mounthawk, Tralee, Co. Kerry
Project
The Spotlight Effect
Teacher Eimear Nolan
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