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Biological and Ecological Sciences

Award Title Category School County Project title Age group Project type Stand number Student(s)
Biological and Ecological Junior Individual 3rd Place Biological and Ecological Midleton College Cork Organic Bioplastic bottles an alternative to single use plastic bottles Junior Individual 1112 Rhys Morgan
Biological and Ecological Junior Individual 2nd Place Biological and Ecological Kildare Town Community School Kildare Ash Dieback and it’s Impact on Irish Biodiversity Junior Individual 1108 Joseph Moran
Biological and Ecological Junior Individual 1st Place Biological and Ecological Loreto Secondary School Fermoy Cork An Investigation Into The Effects Of Masks On Performance In Sports Junior Individual 1107 Leah Nolan
Biological and Ecological Junior Group 3rd Place Biological and Ecological Colaiste Dun an Ri Cavan ‘Maskne. What are your masks keeping out and what are they keeping in? Junior Group 1403 Sarah Ginnitty, Laoise Smith
Biological and Ecological Junior Group 2nd Place Biological and Ecological Moate Community School Westmeath An Investigation on the Impact of Diet on the Prevalence of Laminitis among Connemara Ponies Junior Group 1409 Lauren Finan, Shana Brady, Aine Broderick
Biological and Ecological Junior Group 1st place Biological and Ecological Moate Community School Westmeath Superfoods and their Effects on Diabetes Junior Group 1404 Reuben Guinan, Kian Brady
Biological and Ecological Intermediate Individual 3rd Place Biological and Ecological St. Brogan’s College Cork Hemp for a Sustainable Future? Intermediate Individual 1201 Cian Walsh
Biological and Ecological Intermediate Individual 2nd Place Biological and Ecological Coláiste Muire Crosshaven Cork Beach closure exposure Intermediate Individual 1227 Ava Long
Biological and Ecological Intermediate Individual 1st Place Biological and Ecological St Marys College Wicklow Nutrient recycling efficiency using bio-based organic fertilisers. Intermediate Individual 1230 Elizabeth Bourke
Biological and Ecological Intermediate group 3rd place Biological and Ecological Ardgillan Community College Dublin An investigation into if nano silver has an affect on the growth of Pissum Savitum Intermediate Group 1550 Ali Khan, Bazil Khan
Biological and Ecological Intermediate group 2nd Place Biological and Ecological Regina Mundi College Cork An investigation into the link between abitoic factors and the insect population decline; how it will negatively affect biodiversity and our daily lives in Douglas in the future. Intermediate Group 1561 Ciara Maye, Ella Rose Hayden
Biological and Ecological Intermediate group 1st Place Biological and Ecological Moate Community School Westmeath Stop milk spoilage; start seeing changes Intermediate Group 1518 Áine Maxwell, Joyce Conway, Laura Conlon
Biological and Ecological Senior Individual 3rd Place Biological and Ecological Coláiste Ailigh Donegal Cén Mais Feamainn a Bheadh de Dhith Chun Mais Áirithe Plaisteach a Dhéanamh agus Cén feamainn áitiúil is fearr le húsáid? Senior Individual 1306 Muireann Ní Mhathúna
Biological and Ecological Senior Individual 2nd Place Biological and Ecological Templeogue College Dublin Changing Climate, Changing Genes: Epigenetics to help crops deal with climate change. Senior Individual 1300 Luke Fox-Whelan
Biological and Ecological Senior Individual 1st Place Biological and Ecological Lanesboro Community College Longford Rising from the ashes: A survey of plants in my local bogs which have been identified as having medicinal properties Senior Individual 1301 Orla Lyons
Biological and Ecological Senior group 3rd Place Biological and Ecological Loreto Community School Donegal Do horses respond to human emotion? Senior Group 1603 Aoife Giles, Megan Hegarty, Tori Gallagher
Biological and Ecological Senior group 2nd Place Biological and Ecological St Joseph’s Community College Clare Eco-Friendly Bale Netting Senior Group 1605 Fergal Keane, Ciarán Bonfil, Fionn Doherty
Biological and Ecological Senior group 1st Place Biological and Ecological Scoil Mhuire Donegal What’s killing you? A statistical analysis of the associations between age, gender, place of residence and cause of death in the Irish population. Senior Group 1600 Rory Coleman, Katelyn Doherty

Social and Behavioural Sciences

Award Title Category School County Project title Age group Project type Stand number Student(s)
Social and Behavioural Junior Individual 3rd Place Social and Behavioural Sciences Colaiste Treasa Cork The Statistic Analysis of Adolescent Perceptions and Attitudes towards people with Down Syndrome Junior Individual 2105 Eva Aspel
Social and Behavioural Junior Individual 2nd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Mercy Secondary School Kerry An Analytical Study of the Psychological Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic Junior Individual 2102 Rachel Feeley
Social and Behavioural Junior Individual 1st place Social and Behavioural Sciences C.B.S. Secondary School Kerry The impact of Infodemic on possible Covid 19 vaccine hesitancy Junior Individual 2110 Preston O’Keeffe
Social and Behavioural Junior Group 3rd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Summerhill College Sligo Exercising In A Lockdown – How The Digital Age Can Assist Teenagers To Exercise During A Pandemic Lockdown Junior Group 2428 Samuel Regan, Patrick Murphy
Social and Behavioural Junior Group 2nd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Loreto Secondary School, Balbriggan Dublin Can relative pitch affect a person’s ability to reproduce and pronounce languages? Junior Group 2430 Jessica Chen, Alana O’Conner
Social and Behavioural Junior Group 1st place Social and Behavioural Sciences St. Brogan’s College Cork E.Y.E (Enhance Your Education) Junior Group 2402 Tomás Markey, Saoirse O’Neill
Social and Behavioural Intermediate Individual 3rd place Social and Behavioural Sciences De La Salle College Cork Cork The Social & Psychological Impact of Face Masks/Face Coverings on Society Intermediate Individual 2208 Finn Ó Brádaigh
Social and Behavioural Intermediate Individual 2nd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Colaiste Treasa Cork Who’s minds the medics? A mixed methods investigation into the well being of Irish health care staff Intermediate Individual 2200 Hannah Walsh
Social and Behavioural Intermediate Individual 1st place Social and Behavioural Sciences Coláiste Muire Crosshaven Cork An investigation into how ingrained the lack of status for female athletes is in comparison to male athletes and to what extent is this a cognitive bias. Intermediate Individual 2221 Niamh Nash
Social and Behavioural Intermediate group 3rd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Coláiste Choilm Cork The popularity of Direct provision and its alternatives in Ireland. Intermediate Group 2510 Ben Bourke, Eoghan Moriarty
Social and Behavioural Intermediate group 2nd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Loreto Secondary School, Balbriggan Dublin Are people with a strong general belief in conspiracy theories, less likely to have confidence in the safety and efficacy of vaccinations? Intermediate Group 2582 Nikolet Serbezova, Sophie O’Leary, Natalie Arachchige
Social and Behavioural Intermediate group 1st place Social and Behavioural Sciences The Abbey School Tipperary “Assessing the impact of Second-Level education on key aspects of adolescents’ life and development” Intermediate Group 2523 Shane O’Connor, Liam Carew
Social and Behavioural Senior Individual 3rd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Ursuline College Sligo Glossophobia : Finding Your Audience Senior Individual 2305 Aoibheann Kearins
Social and Behavioural Senior Individual 2nd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Heywood Community School Laois The regulations at play behind your physical activity: A statistical analysis into how we can use SDT to better motivate the nation to participate in physical activity Senior Individual 2302 Evan Hogg
Social and Behavioural Senior Individual 1st place Social and Behavioural Sciences The Institute Of Education – Dublin Dublin Current Social Media Conversations on Human Germline Genome Editing: A Twitter based Analysis Senior Individual 2304 Tara Berry
Social and Behavioural Senior Group 3rd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Cashel Community School Tipperary The knock on effect Senior Group 2602 Ava Abbott, Megan Kirby
Social and Behavioural Senior Group 2nd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Youthreach Navan Meath Smart learning for smart people Senior Group 2607 Callum Gallagher, Oliver Greene, Amber Brytus
Social and Behavioural Senior Group 1st place Social and Behavioural Sciences Jesus & Mary Secondary School Galway TikTok AfterShock Senior Group 2606 Cliodhna McDonald, Emma Dillon, Sarah Casserly

Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences

Award Title Category School County Project title Age group Project type Stand number Student(s)
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Junior Individual 3rd Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Gonzaga College Dublin Why are the rocks red in Australia? Junior Individual 3104 Harry O’Leary
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Junior Individual 2nd Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Mary Immaculate Secondary School Lisdoonvarna Clare An investigation into the differences in height of adjoining clints in Limestone pavement in the Burren Junior Individual 3107 Oisín Jackson
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Junior Individual 1st place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Kinsale Community School Cork are casein based plastics a viable, sustainable and eco friendly alternative to oil based plastics? Junior Individual 3103 Aengus Price
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Junior Group 3rd Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Our Ladys School Dublin Measuring the speed of the wind: Why does the wind blow? Junior Group 3403 Amy McNamee, Cliodhna Foley
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Junior Group 2nd Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Coláiste Phádraig Dublin The effect of light Frequency on background radiation in a cloud chamber Junior Group 3402 Joel Emmanuel, Rohit Tummala
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Junior Group 1st Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Coláiste Chiaráin Limerick Shining A Light On School Coronavirus Cleaning Protocols Junior Group 3401 Seán O’Sullivan, Taha Njie
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Intermediate Individual 3rd Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Scoil Mhuire Community School Kildare Sensor Data in a Time of Coronavirus: using environmental factors to generate a warning system for indoor spaces when safe capacity is exceeded. Intermediate Individual 3201 Priya Evans
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Intermediate Individual 2nd place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Scoil Mhuire Community School Kildare An investigation into the differences in contaminant levels in water from old and new pipe work systems in comparison to the levels at its original source Intermediate Individual 3203 Lavinia Waldron
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Intermediate Individual 1st Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences St Kevin’s Community College Wicklow Nettles – the sustainable solution to fast fashion Intermediate Individual 3204 Orlaith Ni Ghallchobhair
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Intermediate Group 3rd Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences St Vincent’s Secondary School Louth An investigation into the effects of combined heated air currents of different temperature on the flight dynamics on a badminton shuttlecock Intermediate Group 3522 Alannah Voigt, Sarah Carey
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Intermediate Group 2nd Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Ursuline College Sligo Examining the bio-availability of medicinal drugs and vitamins from transdermal patches Senior Group 3604 Cianna Ruddy, Zoe Melvin
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Intermediate Group 1st Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Our Lady’s Secondary School Monaghan Quick Shot Intermediate Group 3505 Pauric Mc Bride, Oisín O’Neill
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Senior Individual 3rd Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Our Ladys College Louth A Mathematical investigation of regular and semiregular tessellating patterns Senior Individual 3306 Peidi Li
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Senior Individual 2nd Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences St Andrew’s College Dublin Comparing the vulnerability of beads formed by entrapping yeast cells by cross-linking sodium alginate and different masses of gelatine, with CaCl2 to chelation by EDTA Senior Individual 3305 Noemie Leeder
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Senior Individual 1st Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Pobalscoil Inbhear Scéine Kerry Using Machine Learning to Improve Numerical Weather Prediction Senior Individual 3300 Conor Casey
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Senior Group 2nd Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Coláiste na Coiribe Galway An féidir séiseanna cheol a chumadh go matamaiticiúil Senior Group 3607 Aoibheann Howe, Rachel Harris
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Senior Group 1st Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Synge Street CBS Dublin Analytical Solutions of Compartmental Epidemic Models and Their Application to Parameter Estimation Senior Group 3602 Yaduvir Harhangi, Marton Goz

Technology

Award Title Category School County Project title Age group Project type Stand number Student(s)
Technology Junior Individual 3rd Technology St. Kilian’s German School Dublin Designing a better Operating System Junior Individual 4104 Piotr Stelmaszek
Technology Junior Individual 2nd Place Technology Glenstal Abbey School Limerick How accurate is your weather app? Junior Individual 4105 Hugo Phelan
Technology Junior Individual 1st place Technology St Andrew’s College Dublin On the Detection of COVID-19 with Chest X-rays Using Deep Learning Models Junior Individual 4211 Weichen Huang
Technology Junior Group 3rd place Technology Tarbert Comprehensive School Kerry Decomposing rushes, the answer to heating homes? Junior Group 4405 Jim Culhane, Paula-Eve Culhane
Technology Junior Group 2nd place Technology Coláiste Phádraig Dublin Exploring the IPD and Nash Equilibrium using Machine Learning Junior Group 4413 Taha Fareed, Jevin Joy
Technology Junior Group 1st place Technology C.B.S. Secondary School Kerry Using GDPR compliant QR codes in the hospitality sector to simplify Covid 19 contact tracing Junior Group 4408 Conor Flaherty, Ethan Ward, Philip Tracey
Technology Internmediate Individual 3rd place Technology St Eunan’s College Donegal Building NOAA Weather Satellite Ground-Station Intermediate Individual 4205 Hari Pranavam
Technology Intermediate Individual 2nd Technology St. Aidan’s C.B.S. Dublin Autonomous Drone to Deliver COVID 19 Self-Administered Tests to Patients’ Homes Intermediate Individual 4209 Andrei Florian
Technology Intermediate Individual 1st Technology Stratford College Dublin A Higher Level Programming Language For Quantum Computers Intermediate Individual 4217 Ayush Tambde
Technology Intermediate Group 3rd Place Technology St Gerard’s Wicklow Using NFC technology on medical/ID bracelets Intermediate Group 4525 Aoibh Merrigan, Anna Reynolds, Alannah Whitelaw
Technology Intermediate Group 2nd place Technology St Joseph’s Secondary School, Rush Dublin The Gameification of social distancing Intermediate Group 4534 Charlie Rice, Kerry Atowa, Joshua Gaffney
Technology Intermediate Group 1st place Technology Moate Community School Westmeath An App to Co-ordinate your Awareness and Knowledge of your Locality. Intermediate Group 4511 Conall Mandal, Daragh Lowry
Technology Senior Individual 3rd place Technology Castlepollard Community College Westmeath The Wide Awake Senior Individual 4302 Patrick D’Arcy
Technology Senior Individual 2nd place Technology Colaiste Mhuire Westmeath CommunicAID: A mobile application to assist in the virtualisation of the medical sector and streamlining of patient specialist relations Senior Individual 4307 Ruairi Fagan
Technology Senior Individual 1st place Technology Gaelcholáiste Luimnigh Limerick Automated Pill Dispenser – increasing independence, efficiency and reducing dosage errors. ( Dáileoir Pill Uathoibrithe – neamhspleáchas agus éifeachtúlacht a méadú. Senior Individual 4303 Sarah Moloney
Technology Senior Group 3rd Place Technology St Joseph’s Secondary School, Rush Dublin ARES: Automated Risk Evaluation Senior Group 4609 Stephen Flynn, Oisin Brick
Technology Senior Group 2nd Place Technology Mercy Secondary School Kerry SPECS – An Adapted Spectacle System for Dementia Patients Senior Group 4602 Dara Newsome, David Hughes, Conor Bradshaw
Technology Senior Group 1st place Technology Patrician Secondary School Kildare Aistrigh, The Smart Translator: Using Natural Language Processing Technology to Optimise Machine Translation in the Irish Language Senior Group 4600 Justin Cunningham, Fintan Lalor