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Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences

Award Title Project Category School County Project Title Stand Student(s)
Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Junior Individual 3rd place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Mary Immaculate Secondary School Lisdoonvarna Clare Does the Limestone in the Burren Keep it as Warm as People Say? 1105 Anna-Mae O’Driscoll
Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Junior Individual 2nd place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Mercy Secondary School Kerry Investigating the Structural Stability of 3d Objects Using Convex Hull and Center of Mass 1106 Kai Seino
Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Junior Individual 1st place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Gaelcholáiste Chiarraí Kerry Nature takes on nature: investigating the effect of Juglone on Japanese Knotweed 1113 Grace Ni Ifearnáin
Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Intermediate Individual 3rd place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Colaiste Mhuire Westmeath Rib Guard 1221 Micheál Geoghegan
Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Intermediate Individual 2nd place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences St Joseph’s Secondary School, Rush Dublin The development of a reliable diagnostic application for the early detection of Color Blindness in children.’ 1217 Evan Pollard
Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Intermediate Individual 1st place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Loreto Secondary School Kilkenny Trash in the Skies: Towards the Prediction of Space Debris in Low Earth Orbit 1200 Surabhi Gunjur Sathish
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Senior individual 3rd place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Our Lady’s Bower Westmeath Cosmic Radiation Protection Simulation 1303 Clare Reidy
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Senior individual 2nd place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Wesley College Dublin Identifying Vector- Borne Diseases using Neural Networks 1302 Emma Burgess
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Senior individual 1st place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Mercy Secondary School Kerry Minimising Packaging Waste Using Convex Hulls 1306 Coren Hughes
Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Junior Group 3rd place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences St Finian’s College Westmeath A Quantitative Analysis of Students’ Exposure to PM 2.5 Particles on Various Modes of Transit to School. 1402 Sarah Higgins, Donagh Carey
Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Junior Group 2nd Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Coláiste Naomh Eoin Galway Cumhacht an dTonnta ar Inis Meáin 1409 Chloe Ní Chonghaile, Máirtín Ó Conghaile, Amy Ní Chléirigh
Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Junior Group 1st Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Coláiste Chiaráin Limerick How Much Waste is in Leftover Condiment Bottles? 1400 Rosemary Lucey, Sarah – Jane Noonan
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Intermediate Group 3rd Place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences St Aloysius College Carrigtwohill Cork To develop an environmentally friendly and inexpensive electrolyte for a battery cell using sodium alginate. 1519 Sophie O Reilly, Robyn Sloane Lee
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Intermediate Group 2nd place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Pobalscoil Inbhear Scéine Kerry Will planting mini seaweed farms reduce the pollution levels and acidification levels in polluted areas of the ocean in South Kerry. 1513 Clodagh Rochford, Grace O’Brien, Ayla O’Neill
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Intermediate Group 1st place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences St Mary’s Secondary School Mallow Cork An investigation into sports related cranial impacts and the design and development of wearable technology to better enable the measurement and recording of such head impacts. 1526 Sophie Creedon, Lydia Kelleher
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Senior Group 1st place Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Desmond College Limerick Aeroacoustics of the swinging corrugated tube 1600 Ethan Kirwan, Jack Kelly

Technology

Award Title Project Category School County Project Title Stand Student(s)
Technology Junior Individual 3rd Technology Kinsale Community School Cork The science of bacteria and virus control using energy efficient and environmentally friendly UV LEDs 2116 Conan O’ Brien
Technology Junior Individual 2nd place Technology Home School Dublin Optimising the conversion of wave energy to boat propulsion 2108 Fionnán Ó Baoighill
Technology Junior Individual 1st place Technology Christ King Girls Secondary School Cork Is an interactive mobile health app a feasible solution to tackle long paediatric occupational therapy waiting lists? 2100 Saanvi Kaushik
Technology Intermediate Individual 3rd place Technology Cork Educate Together Cork The design and development of a bipedal robot for home care 2205 Harry O’Connor
Technology Intermediate Individual 1st place Technology St Andrew’s College Dublin Climate-Net: can AI help fight against climate change? 2213 Weichen Huang
Technology Intermediate Individual 1st place Technology Dundalk Grammar School Louth iVision-A Convulotional Neural Network based Object Detection and Text Recognition Mobile Application for the Visually Impaired 2200 Solomon Doyle
Technology Senior Individual 3rd place Technology St Joseph’s Secondary School, Rush Dublin Slàinte – A.I Breast Cancer Detection 2307 Stephen Flynn
Technology Senior Individual 2nd place Technology Stratford College Dublin A System For The Development And Execution Of Hybrid Classical/Quantum Tasks 2302 Ayush Tambde
Technology Senior Individual 1st place Technology St David’s Secondary Wicklow Snapstudy 2301 Vagif Aliyev
Technology Junior Group 3rd place Technology Meánscoil Na Mbráithre Clare Nation Information App 2400 James Blackwell, Oisin Coughlan
Technology Junior Group 2nd place Technology Moate Community School Westmeath The Light-Belt: A Life-saving Belt 2409 Diya Govindaraju, Sean Farrelly
Technology Junior Group 1st place Technology Moate Community School Westmeath Coding the Solution to Ireland’s Scam Call Issue 2401 Fionn Campbell, Emma Keane
Technology Intermediate Group 2nd Place Technology Colaiste Mhuire Westmeath A-Ok, an autism communication wristband. 2521 Robert Brennan, Hugh Murtagh, Peter Kennedy
Technology Intermediate Group 2nd place Technology Coláiste Phádraig Dublin Using Bayes Theorem and Bayesian Optimization as a Method to Improve Crypto-Currency Trading 2503 Taha Fareed Farooqi, Jevin Joy
Technology Intermediate Group 1st place Technology Sutton Park School Dublin Comfort Crutches 2531 Vedh Kannan, Thomas Forbes, William Carkner
Technology Senior Group 3rd Place Technology Desmond College Limerick Smart Ruler ‘Reduce errors due to ADHD and Dyslexia’ 2601 Niamh O’ Mahony, Alzbeta Barisova
Technology Senior Group 2nd Place Technology Patrician Secondary School Kildare Uscalt.com | Developing an Open Data Ecosystem 2602 Fintan Lalor, Justin Cunningham
Technology Senior Group 1st place Technology Sandford Park School Ltd Dublin A Decentralised Audio Fingerprinting System for Detecting Illegally Streamed Video Content 2606 Rohan Tewari, Benjamin Murray

Biological & Ecological Sciences

Award Title Project Category School County Project Title Stand Student(s)
Biological and Ecological Junior Individual 3rd place Biological and Ecological Educate Together Secondary School Wicklow (ETSSW) Wicklow Are plant saponins better at removing stains as commercial laundry detergent. 3101 Daniel Monahan
Biological and Ecological Junior Individual 2nd place Biological and Ecological Ard Scoil Na Mara Waterford Rewilding Ireland – Could Glenveagh National Park sustain a Grey Wolf population? 3107 Cian Ó Cadhla
Biological and Ecological Junior Individual 1st place Biological and Ecological Sandford Park School Ltd Dublin How long can we have health? 3109 Aoife Duggan
Biological and Ecological Intermediate Individual 3rd place Biological and Ecological Colaiste Treasa Cork Infectivity of the entomopathogenic nematode Steinernema feltiae at different temperatures 3201 Johannah Pigott
Biological and Ecological Intermediate Individual 2nd place Biological and Ecological Abbey Vocational School Donegal An investigation into the optimum microbial activity of nanoparticles. 3215 Ciara Cannon
Biological and Ecological Intermediate individual 1st place Biological and Ecological St Aloysius College Carrigtwohill Cork Restoring honeybee populations by optimising hedgerow layout. 3214 Margaret Whelan-Curtin
Biological and Ecological Senior Individual 3rd place Biological and Ecological St Andrew’s College Dublin Noise Pollution’s Effect on the Migration of Insects 3304 Carter Horner
Biological and Ecological Senior Individual 2nd place Biological and Ecological Scoil Mhuire gan Smál Blarney Cork The Air We Breathe – An Investigation Into Which Subgroups Within The Population Of Cork Are More Susceptible To Prolonged Illness And Premature Death Due To Poor Air Quality 3300 Miriam Murphy
Biological and Ecological Senior Individual 1st place Biological and Ecological Carrick-On-Shannon Community School Leitrim Unearthing the hidden potential of Irish dung beetles; Aphodius Fimetarius, Aphodius Prodromus and Aphodius Fossor 3302 Hannah Stenson
Biological and Ecological Junior Group 3rd place Biological and Ecological Muckross Park College Dublin Which tomato has the most lycopene? 3407 Lisa Guiry, Susannah Pike
Biological and Ecological Junior Group 2nd place Biological and Ecological Moate Community School Westmeath Fruit Fresh: An Eco-Friendly Alternative to Chemical Cleaners 3401 Hannah Higgins, Katie Creggy, Aoife Ross
Biological and Ecological Junior Group 1st place Biological and Ecological Kinsale Community School Cork An exploratory study of what the carbon footprint impact of driving on rough road surfaces against smooth surfaces is 3415 Hannah Collins, Edel Ryle
Biological and ecological Intermediate Group 3rd place Biological and Ecological Moate Community School Westmeath Investigating the Potential Use of Native Irish Plants in Green Fire Breaks 3518 Alex Roche, Eimear Keenan
Biological and Ecological intermediate Group 2nd Place Biological and Ecological Rockford Manor Secondary School Dublin A statistical analysis of the influence of female siblings on developing early onset puberty in younger female siblings. 3529 Leah Carraher, Sarah Campbell
Biological and Ecological Intermediate Group 1st place Biological and Ecological Kinsale Community School Cork The evaluation of horse manure as a sustainable alternative to peat compost. 3513 Momo Sheehy, Isabelle Linehan, Lucy McCarthy
Biological and Ecological Senior Group 3rd place Biological and Ecological Malahide Community School Dublin UV or not UV, that is the question? Can UV light disinfection reduce the likelihood of contracting infections in a school environment? 3601 Lara Scanlan, Ava Dolan
Biological and Ecological Senior Group 2nd place Biological and Ecological St Louis Secondary School Louth A renewable and electricity-free cooling system for food refrigeration that can combat world hunger 3605 Jona Garcia, Claudine Mulihano, Iman Shittu
Biological and Ecological Senior Group 1st place Biological and Ecological Loreto Secondary School, Balbriggan Dublin Ants face the maze: light pollution’s effect on Camponotus nicobarensis’ navigational compass. 3606 Erica O’Brien Murray, Jane Oakley

Social & Behavioural Sciences

Award Title Project Category School County Project Title Stand Student(s)
Social and Behavioural Junior Individual 3rd Place Social and Behavioural Sciences Loreto Secondary School, Balbriggan Dublin A study into terrariums’ influence on mental wellbeing of young teenagers. 4105 Aoibheann Meally
Social and Behavioural Junior Individual 2nd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Kinsale Community School Cork An analysis of the level of awareness of the link between heading the ball and increased risk of dementia in later life. 4100 Jessica O’Keeffe
Social and Behavioural Junior Individual 1st place Social and Behavioural Sciences St Dominic’s High School Antrim Can learned food associations help combat Obesity? 4103 Ava McGurk
Social and Behavioural Intermediate Individual 3rd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Coláiste Muire Crosshaven Cork I read the news today, oh boy! 4200 Niamh Enright
Social and Behavioural Intermediate Individual 2nd place Social and Behavioural Sciences St Joseph’s Secondary School, Rush Dublin Sans Eyes, Sans Ears: Does incorporating a dual-coding element in second language learning improve working memory retention in aural exams? 4239 Emma McCann
Social and Behavioural Intermediate Individual 1st place Social and Behavioural Sciences Colaiste Treasa Cork Towards the development of a program of interventions for the reduction of stress among junior doctors 4206 Hannah Walsh
Social and Behavioural Senior Individual 3rd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Coláiste Ailigh Donegal An dearcadh agus eolas atá ag diagoiri i dtreo Eire aontaithe. 4300 Iseult Ní Mhathúna
Social and Behavioural Senior Individual 2nd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Sutton Park School Dublin Looking towards a cashless society – the future of payments! 4303 David Smith
Social and Behavioural Senior Individual 1st place Social and Behavioural Sciences Muckross Park College Dublin Are introverts more concerned about germs than extroverts? 4302 Megan Humphreys
Social and Behavioural Junior Group 3rd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Kinsale Community School Cork An Intergenerational Study of Diets and Awareness of the Effects they have on Health and the Environment 4415 Martha O’Sullivan, Aoibh Kirwan
Social and Behavioural Junior Group 2nd place Social and Behavioural Sciences St Peter’s Community School Cork Our Environment, Your Litter: A Mixed Methods Approach for Understanding Commuter Littering Behaviour 4402 Éadaoin Farrell, Ethel D’Alton Bateman,
Social and Behavioural Junior Group 1st place Social and Behavioural Sciences Loreto College Dublin Are there benefits from reading a book compared to listening to audio books for primary school children? 4405 Alice McVey, Heidi O’Donoghue
Social and Behavioural intermediate Group 3rd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Abbey Christian Brothers School Down Is caffeine necessary? An examination regarding whether neuromuscular/ mental tiredness is a state of mind. 4552 Ben Mooney, John McGreevy
Social and Behavioural Intermediate Group 2nd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Holy Faith Secondary School Dublin The effect water quality has on the public’s desire to sea swim 4604 Amisha Dhele, Sophie Kilcullen, Livia Garg-Holohan
Social and Behavioural Intermediate Group 1st place Social and Behavioural Sciences Moate Community School Westmeath A Statistical Analysis of the Use of Americanisms by Local Schoolchildren and Parents 4548 Grace O’Flaherty, Claire O’Donohoe, Eabha Greville
Social and Behavioural Senior Group 3rd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Mercy Secondary School Kerry An investigation into suicide rates in EU countries and the factors that affect them. 4702 Paula Holmes, Aoife Bourke
Social and Behavioural Senior Group 2nd place Social and Behavioural Sciences Cashel Community School Tipperary Investigating the links between prenatal trauma, traumatic childbirth and adolescent mental health 4704 Ava Abbott, Megan Kirby
Social and Behavioural Senior Group 1st place Social and Behavioural Sciences Scoil Pól Limerick Are you SAD or have you S.A.D? 4703 Shane Shinnors, Aishling Daly, Daniel Gammell