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This project investigates the adsorbent properties of eggshells, and their potential to develop a filtration system to remove pollutants from water, for the developing world.

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Rinneamar taighde ar buileadh cro brñ fola caoinfhulaingt piain am freagairte diriñ aigne agus r_ta an_laithe dalta roimh agus tar_is cluiche romhaireachta a imirt.

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An electronic vibrating mat for deaf people that will vibrate when receiving a signal from their mobile phone.

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This summer has been very wet and slugs have proliferated. This project investigates slug baits and endeavours to produce an environmentally friendly slug catcher.

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We aim to see if the EPA are testing water quality efficiently by comparing their results from set points to our results from random points.

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Our project aims to determine and raise awareness of blood pressure levels in teenagers aged 15-17 and discover common factors causing dangerous blood pressure levels.

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I am looking at the profile of ash trees with ash die back in an area of the Burren and comparing them with uninfected trees.

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Our project investigates intercultural awareness and understanding between students and school policies and practices associated with intercultural understanding in Irish primary and secondary schools.

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Investigating paraben levels in counterfeit cosmetics versus authentic cosmetics using HPLC. A research of the effects of parabens. An interview with the Irish Medicines Board.

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A research-based project examining variations in racist attitudes among young people in Ireland, accounting for age, gender and regional differences.

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