Congratulations and thanks to everyone involved in BTYSTE 2020

See you next year!

BTYSTE 2020 highlights
BTYSTE 2020 results

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until the closing date for BTYSTE 2021 project entries

 

About the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition

In 1963 two physics researchers from the University College Dublin, Rev. Dr. Tom Burke and Dr. Tony Scott, came across the concept of ‘Science Fairs’ while conducting research in New Mexico. The pair decided that this type of hands-on science was something that students in Ireland could benefit from. And so the Young Scientist Exhibition was born. BT has been the proud sponsor and organiser of the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition for 19 years.

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The BTYSTE Archive

Welcome to the BTYSTE Archive

A warm welcome back to you – whether you were a past participant, a teacher, partner or a visitor since 1965, we hope you find something in this archive that makes you smile.

Enter

The BT Young Scientist Business Bootcamp

A number of the exhibiting intermediate and senior students from the 2019 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition will be invited to take part in a BT Young Scientist Business Bootcamp in February/ March next year where they will experience the world of technology commercialisation and entrepreneurship.

Inspiration

 

Project ideas

Past winners
Generation information
Case studies

The Primary Science Fair @BTYSTE will be held on Thursday 9th, Friday 10th and Saturday 11th of January alongside the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2020

Are you interested in competing in the Primary Science Fair which has been held alongside the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition since 2001. A whole class (max 30 per day) students can bring a project to the event which is held alongside the longest running Science Fair in Europe which is now in its 56th year.

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