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An in depth research into the experiences of Irish students and their mental health approaching exams. Comparing the use of a relaxation application versus not.

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A smart, staged, domestic greywater eco-treatment system, providing irrigation for non-edible plants, thus reducing dependence on public water supply especially in times of drought.

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A statistical analysis into the correlation between individuals birthed by caesarean section and their increased tendency to develop autoimmune diseases including asthma and diabetes.

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Our project aims to identify whether pre-adolescents and young children occupational choices are determined or influenced by stereotypes of gender.

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To examine difference in attitudes towards men's and womenÕs Gaelic football and the affects it has on drop-out rates, through statistical analysis, interviews and surveys.

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We will investigate experiences of refugees who have settled here over recent decades how well they have integrated into and how they contribute to Irish Society.

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This project is a statistical analysis of the musical differences between formally taught musicians and musicians that self-direct their learning.

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I am looking at the impact attendance has on Junior Cert results in English, Maths and Science in my school.

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To demonstrate that parental involvement in numeracy/literacy is effective in improving outcomes and engagement. I will use specific numeracy/literacy programmes in my school on a 1st year group.

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My project involves the development and testing of a laser light device to investigate the reduction of gait freezing in people with Parkinson's Disease

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