Kalin Foy and Ciara Coyle win SciFest@LIT
Kalin Foy and Ciara Coyle from Colaiste Chiarain Croom to represent Limerick at Ireland’s largest science competition.
John The Baptist Community School students, Patrick Gleeson and Cormac Hanly's project, An investigation into horse mortality in Ireland due to the consumption of hypoglycin A in sycamore seeds, was highly commended in the Life Sciences Category. Patrick Gleeson and Cormac Hanly are pictured with George Porter, SciFest and Brian Aherne, Intel
Of the over 110 projects exhibited at SciFest@LIT 2016, the top prize on the day went to Kalin Foy and Ciara Coyle from Colaiste Chiarain Croom for their project, ‘To design and manufacture wireless trailer lights’. The runner-up prize went to a team from John the Baptist Community School, Hospital with their project on ‘Educating the Youth of Ireland about Farm Safety’. Picture: Alan Place