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BT Young Scientist Exhibition 2020

  • 08-01-2020 10:10am
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    Heard that it's on now. First I heard. No build up in social media.
    What projects are on?
    Is this the first thread on boards about it?


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  • Closed Accounts Posts: 9 pantomine2020


    xieann wrote: »
    Heard that it's on now. First I heard. No build up in social media.
    What projects are on?
    Is this the first thread on boards about it?

    This year will be mostly climate change related projects, should be interesting


  • Registered Users Posts: 18,178 ✭✭✭✭gormdubhgorm


    This year will be mostly climate change related projects, should be interesting

    That seemed to be the trend alright and the winners project was based on a societial/gender issue rather than other years such as pure maths/science/engineering.

    2019 winner -

    Optimizing the simulation of general quantum circuits’

    2018 winner -

    Investigation of the antimicrobial effects of both aerial and root parts of selected plants against Staphylococcus aureus.’

    2017 winner -

    ‘qCrypt: The quantum-secure, encrypted, data storage solution with multijurisdictional quorum sharding technology’



    It was more of a social science question this year

    2020 winners

    Analysis of the prevalence of gender stereotyping in five to seven year-olds.

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    To be honest I found it refreshing, because at least could understand what the winning project was about this year! :o

    Normally goes way over my head!

    Guff about stuff, and stuff about guff.



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