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From TheJournal.ie This wristband subtly alerts teachers when a student with Autism is feeling overwhelmed Btyse

This wristband subtly alerts teachers when a student with Autism is feeling overwhelmed

The project is on display at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition this week.

From TheJournal.ie Freshgraze: This student has developed a cloud-controlled fence for livestock Farming Technology

Freshgraze: This student has developed a cloud-controlled fence for livestock

Charlie Drumm’s project was selected as the Teagasc Special Award winner at the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition.

From TheJournal.ie This Young Scientist project aims to revolutionise education in refugee camps Migrant Crisis

This Young Scientist project aims to revolutionise education in refugee camps

It consists of solar panels and a lead acid battery from an alarm or car, with a Raspberry Pi – a tiny and cheap computer – to provide processing power.

From TheJournal.ie Loneliness, mental health, separation: How homelessness affects children later in life Btyse

Loneliness, mental health, separation: How homelessness affects children later in life

Two Cork students examined how homelessness affects children for the upcoming BT Young Scientist Exhibition.

From TheJournal.ie The science of the Cork accent: This year's BT Young Scientist expo is already turning heads Young Minds

The science of the Cork accent: This year's BT Young Scientist expo is already turning heads

From skateboard equations to cancer research, the BT Young Scientist continues to break records and open doors.