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# young-scientist-and-technology-exhibition - Sunday 12 January, 2014

"Everyone has worked so hard" - why teens love the Young Scientist exhibition

The BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition comes to a close on Saturday. Here’s why teens love it.

Can non-Irish-speaking parents help their gaelscoil children with homework?

Plus, does playing music in the milking parlour influence the quality and amount of millk that cows produce?

Was Beethoven inspired by birdsong?

A project by a Carrick on Shannon student shows that the classical maestro may have taken much inspiration from nature.

# young-scientist-and-technology-exhibition - Saturday 11 January, 2014

A rubber band, metal links and gravity... a new way to apply eyedrops

A ‘directed eyedropper’ was invented by Limerick students Shannon Naughton, Sarah O’Grady and Aoife Larkin.

# young-scientist-and-technology-exhibition - Friday 10 January, 2014

Dublin student Paul Clarke wins top prize at BT Young Scientist

The student from St. Paul’s College, Raheny won for his study of graph theory in mathematics.

Teens discover whether obesity awareness affects young people's food choices

The project was part of the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition in the RDS this week.

# young-scientist-and-technology-exhibition - Thursday 9 January, 2014

Here's why you can't feed hens any food you want

A student from Askeaton, and an owner of 10 hens himself, set out to find out if what you feed hens does matter.

Here's why spaghetti always breaks into three parts*

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

# young-scientist-and-technology-exhibition - Saturday 18 August, 2012

Read Me: Ai Weiwei and me

Alison Klayman, director of the new documentary about controversial Chinese artist Ai Weiwei tells TheJournal.ie that his future is still very uncertain.

# young-scientist-and-technology-exhibition - Tuesday 5 April, 2011

BT to invest €2million in Young Scientist exhibition

News comes as students are encouraged to start preparing their entries for next year’s competition.