National Final Award Winners 2022

The major award winners at the 2022 SciFest National Final are listed below. All of the finalists received an Excellence in STEM Award to mark their success in qualifying to take part in the National Final.

Award SciFest STEM Champion 2022
Students Rachel Griffin, Luke O'Sullivan, Liam Waldron
Project A Group-Theoretic Approach to Pythagoras’ Theorem
School Killarney Community College, New Road, Killarney, Co. Kerry
Teacher Máire Spillane
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Award Teacher of Excellence Award 2022
School Killarney Community College, New Road, Killarney, Co. Kerry
Teacher Máire Spillane
Award SciFest STEM Champion 2022 Runner-Up Award
Student Maha Shahzadi
Project Eataware
School Coláiste Nano Nagle, Sexton Street, Limerick
Teacher Samantha Prior
Award Berlin Long Night of Science Award 2022
Students Anna Woodward, Alex Scott
Project CoolAid: A Wearable Hypothermia Prevention Device
School Ursuline College, Finisklin, Sligo
Teacher Anthony Carolan
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Award Boston Scientific Medical Devices Grand Award 2022
Student Fionn Rush
Project Can Artificial Neural Networks Aid Hearing Impaired Individuals to Lip-Read?
School Mary Immaculate Secondary School, Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare
Teacher Máire Morrissey
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Award Boston Scientific Medical Devices Grand Award Runner-up 2022
Students Jim Culhane, Paula-Eve Culhane
Project CPR Chest Pedal Chest Compression Device
School Tarbert Comprehensive School, Tarbert, Listowel, Co. Kerry
Teacher Thomas Culhane
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Award Intel Technology Award 2022
Student Maura Moore-McCune
Project VIPMOD: Visually Impaired Person’s Moving Object Detector
School The Kings Hospital, Palmerstown, Dublin 20
Teacher Ciaran O'Connor
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Award SciFest STEM Outreach Award 2022
Student Maura Moore-McCune
Project VIPMOD: Visually Impaired Person’s Moving Object Detector
School The Kings Hospital, Palmerstown, Dublin 20
Teacher Ciaran O'Connor
Award SciFest Social Sciences Award 2022
Students Tommy Morris, Mairead Lohan
Project An Investigation into the Recovery of Adolescents Moving from the Sympathetic to the Parasympathetic Nervous System
School Roscommon Community College, Lisnamult, Roscommon, Co. Roscommon
Teacher Elizabeth Glancy
Award SciFest Life Sciences Award 2022
Students Honor Lynch, Aoife Lynn, Juliette Kelleher
Project The Einstein of Enzymes: A Battle Against Plastic Pollution
School Loreto College, 53 St Stephens Green, Dublin 2
Teacher Katie Kinkaid
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Award THEA Award 2022
Student Laura Brennan
Project Mela No More
School Desmond College, Station Road, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick
Teacher Donal Enright
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Award ISTA Award 2022
Student Sean Allen
Project A Novel Alternative to Synthetic Fertilizers
School Roscommon Community College, Lisnamult, Roscommon, Co. Roscommon
Teacher Elizabeth Glancy
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Award SciFest Scientist of the Future Award 2022
Students Micheál Deely, C J Burke
Project A Dyslexia Lamp with a Difference
School Abbey Vocational School, The Glebe, Donegal Town, Co. Donegal
Teacher Donna Furey
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Award American Psychological Association Award (APA)
Students Tommy Morris, Mairéad Lohan
Project An Investigation into the Recovery of Adolescents Moving from the Sympathetic to the Parasympathetic Nervous System
School Roscommon Community College, Lisnamult, Roscommon, Co. Roscommon
Teacher Elizabeth Glancy
Award The Yale Science & Engineering Association, INC. Award
Students Rachel Griffin, Luke O'Sullivan, Liam Waldron
Project A Group-Theoretic Approach to Pythagoras’ Theorem
School Killarney Community College, New Road, Killarney, Co. Kerry
Teacher Máire Spillane
Oct
31 2024
SciFest@School in Loreto College, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath
Nov
08 2024
SciFest@School in Sandymount Park Educate Together Secondary School, Beech Road, Sandymount, Dublin 4
Nov
29 2024
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