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Here's why spaghetti always breaks into three parts*

*sometimes, it breaks into two – but it’s usually three, as these students found out.

WHY DOES SPAGHETTI always break into three parts?

That’s what students Saoirse O’Reilly (16) and Jade Manley (15) of Dominican College in Wicklow wanted to find out with their project for the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition.

Here’s what they discovered:


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