TU Dublin Blanchardstown Award Winners 2019

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Major Award Winners

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Award Science Foundation Ireland Best Project Award
Students Eva Connolly, Ella Shanahan, Willemijn Bosschaert
School Loreto Secondary School, Tankardstown, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Project
Can we effectively make biodegradable clothes? An investigation
Teacher Brian Higgins
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Award Abbott Runner-up Best Project Award
Students Eve Mathews, Katie Caffrey,
School Loreto Secondary School, Tankardstown, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Project
Does umami affect your perception of taste? An investigation into the effect of monosodium glutamate (MSG) on the perception of sweetness and saltiness
Teacher Niamh Mc Nally
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Award Boston Scientific Medical Devices Award
Students Achrafe Boudal, Giovanni Lunganga, Nikkel Oti
School Kishoge Community College, Thomas Omer Way, Kishoge, Lucan, Co. Dublin
Project
GOB spoon
Teacher Kristina Troy
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Award Specsaver's Making a Difference Award
Students Selina Xu
School Loreto Secondary School, Tankardstown, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Project
An Investigation Into the Effect of Farmers' Attitudes Towards Nature Presveration and Ecology on the Biodiversity of the Soil on Their Farms.
Teacher Niamh Mc Nally
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Award Intel Technology Award
Students Hayley Brady
School Phobailscoil Iosolde, Kennelsfort Rd Upper, Johnstown, Dublin
Project
A Tactile and Malleable Learning Programme for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder using Modular Robotics.
Teacher Lynda Jordan
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Award Environmental Award
Students Amelia Andrews
School Phobailscoil Iosolde, Kennelsfort Rd Upper, Johnstown, Dublin
Project
Investigating Fat From Insect Larvae As A Source Of Biofuel
Teacher Lynda Jordan
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Award Newstalk Best Communicator Award
Students Eve Mathews, Katie Caffrey,
School Loreto Secondary School, Tankardstown, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Project
Does umami affect your perception of taste? An investigation into the effect of monosodium glutamate (MSG) on the perception of sweetness and saltiness.
Teacher Niamh Mc Nally
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Award Chemistry Award
Students Áine Measey
School Phobailscoil Iosolde, Kennelsfort Rd Upper, Johnstown, Dublin
Project
Colorimetric Indicator for Early Screening of "The Celtic Curse"
Teacher Lynda Jordan
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Award RSC School Chemistry Award (Royal Society of Chemistry Republic of Ireland Section)
Students (School Award)
School Phobailscoil Iosolde, Kennelsfort Rd Upper, Johnstown, Dublin
Project
Teacher Lynda Jordan
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Award Maths in Science Award
Students Maeve McCarthy, Julianne Moloney
School Loreto Secondary School, Athlumney, Navan, Co. Meath
Project
Why is That Song Stuck In My Head?
Teacher Lisa Darley
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Award Irish Science Teachers' Association Award
Students Amelia Andrews
School Phobailscoil Iosolde, Kennelsfort Rd Upper, Johnstown, Dublin
Project
Investigating Fat From Insect Larvae As A Source Of Biofuel
Teacher Lynda Jordan
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TU Dublin Blanchardstown Award Winners - Special Awards

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Category: Life Sciences - Junior
Award First Place
Students Cormac Gardiner, Ella Cumiskey, Róisin Thompson
School Celbridge Community School, Crodaun, Co. Kildare
Project
Does Food Affect Your Sleep?
Teacher Deirdre Roddy
Award Second Place
Students James Browne, Conor McWeeney,
School Castleknock College, College Rd, Castleknock, Dublin
Project
Hyperhydrosis
Teacher Tom Tierney
Award Third Place
Students Sophianne Connelly, Japnitt Singh, Aqlan Ardy
School Kishoge Community College, Thomas Omer Way, Kishoge, Lucan, Co. Dublin
Project
Irish Bee Diversity APP
Teacher Nicole Hyland
Award Fourth Place
Students Karolis Kakciukas, Aisha Cafolla,
School Swords Community College, Jugback Lane, Swords, Co. Dublin
Project
To investigate and compare the growth of cress seeds using tap and recycled water.
Teacher Aoife Smith

Category: Physical Sciences - Junior
Award First Place
Students Amelia Andrews
School Phobailscoil Iosolde, Kennelsfort Rd Upper, Johnstown, Dublin
Project
Investigating Fat From Insect Larvae As A Source Of Biofuel
Teacher Lynda Jordan
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Award Second Place
Students Molly Cahill, Eva Feeney, Sorcha Mc Nally
School Loreto Secondary School, Athlumney, Navan, Co. Meath
Project
Washing machine water run off
Teacher Lisa Darley
Award Third Place
Students Maeve McCarthy, Julianne Moloney
School Loreto Secondary School, Athlumney, Navan, Co. Meath
Project
“Why is That Song Stuck In My Head?”
Teacher Lisa Darley

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Category: Technology - Junior
Award First Place
Students Jack Casey, Luke McQuade, Rian Fox
School Coláiste Mhuire, Cabra West, Dublin 7
Project
Baol ionsaithe fioscaireachta ar an bpobal
Teacher Maria Ní Ghóillidhe
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Award Second Place
Students Megan Benton, Alishia McAniff
School Loreto Secondary School, Athlumney, Navan, Co. Meath
Project
Tracking Eczema
Teacher Lisa Darley

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Category: Life Sciences - Junior
Award First Place
Students Eve Mathews, Katie Caffrey
School Loreto Secondary School, Tankardstown, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Project
Does umami affect your perception of taste? An investigation into the effect of monosodium glutamate (MSG) on the perception of sweetness and saltiness.
Teacher Niamh Mc Nally
Award Second Place
Students Selina Xu
School Loreto Secondary School, Tankardstown, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Project
An Investigation Into the Effect of Farmers' Attitudes Towards Nature Preservation and Ecology on the Biodiversity of the Soil on Their Farms.
Teacher Niamh Mc Nally
Award Third Place
Students Caoimhe Sexton, Hannah Young
School Loreto College Cavan, Drumlark, Co. Cavan
Project
Get up, get out and get off your phone!
Teacher Michelle Rogan
Award Fourth Place
Students Aisling Corcoran
School Phobailscoil Iosolde, Kennelsfort Rd Upper, Johnstown, Dublin
Project
An Investigation of the electrostatic attraction of certain bacteria to hospital plastics.
Teacher Lynda Jordan

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Category: Physical Sciences and Technology - Intermediate
Award First Place
Students Eva Connolly, Ella Shanahan, Willemijn Bosschaert
School Loreto Secondary School, Tankardstown, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Project
Can we effectively make biodegradable clothes? An investigation
Teacher Brian Higgins
Award Second Place
Students Áine Measey
School Phobailscoil Iosolde, Kennelsfort Rd Upper, Johnstown, Dublin
Project
Colorimetric Indicator for Early Screening of "The Celtic Curse"
Teacher Lynda Jordan
Award Third Place
Students Amjed Albaghdadi
School Phobailscoil Iosolde, Kennelsfort Rd Upper, Johnstown, Dublin
Project
Using a deep neural network algorithm to detect common allergies
Teacher Lynda Jordan

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Category: Physical Sciences, Life Sciences and Technology - Senior
Award First Place
Students Jordan Ahern, Liyana Muhammad Tariq Zafri
School Kishoge Community College, Thomas Omer Way, Kishoge, Lucan, Co. Dublin
Project
Smart Home for the Hearing Impaired
Teacher Micheal Griffin
Award Second Place
Students Ailis Odell, Anna Moroz
School Loreto Secondary School, Tankardstown, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Project
We wish to see if there is an association between having working parents and teenage girls distinctive personalities
Teacher Brian Higgins

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