Past winners

Over 50 years of innovation

1989

Grace O’Connor and Sinead Finn

Ursuline Convent, Thurles, Co. Tipperary
‘A Study on a Crop Fractionation Industry’

1988

Siobhan Lanigan O’Keeffe

Navan Community College, Co. Meath
‘Geothermal Study of the River Skane’

1987

Henry Byrne and Emma Donnellan

FCJ Secondary School, Bunclody, Co. Wexford
‘Fibre Optic Liquid Analyser’

1986

Breda Maguire, Niamh Mulvany

Rosary College, Raheny, Dublin
‘Focus on the Viola Tricolour – an Indepth study on Bull Island’

1985

Ronan McNulty

St Mary’s College, Rathmines, Dublin
‘The Musical Typewriter (A system which prints music as you play)’

1984

Eoin Walsh

Colaiste Choilm CBS, Swords, Dublin
‘Simulation of Drude Electron Theory and Kinetic Theory of Gases’

1983

William Murphy, Gareth Clarke and Turan Mirza

Carrickfergus Grammar School, Co. Antrim
‘Microcomputer based robotics’

1982

Martynn Sheehan

Convent of Mercy, Moate, Co. Westmeath
‘Lichens may be used for medicine’

1981

Catherine Conlon

Muckross Park, Dublin
‘A study of physical, biochemical and anatomical aspects of the spider and its web, and its adaptation to its environment’

1980

Karen Ruddock

Alexandra College, Milltown, Dublin
‘Lichens in relation to their environment’

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