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Megan Carroll, Abby Mullins and Chloe Murphy from Moate Community School, who were overall group winners at the 2021 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition, are pictured at Hodson Bay launching next year’s event. Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography

The BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) will be going virtual for a second year in a row next January in an indication of the poss(...)

Gregory Tarr, who was announced as winner of the 57th BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition Gregory. Photograph: Chris Bellew /Fennell Photography

A new software programme that could make the internet a safer place has culminated in its developer Greg Tarr winning the 2021 BT Young Scientist &(...)

BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition head Mari Chalane (centre) and broadcast presenters Aidan Power and Roisin Ní Thomáin

Looking at the usual special ingredients of this annual showcase of science by second-level students reveals how challenging it was to turn it into a (...)

Limbering up for the virtual BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition is Mark Langtry, aka “Mark the Science Guy”. The event is being broadcast from the Mansion House, Dublin, the location of the first Young Scientist Exhibition which took place in 1965. Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennells

KEVIN O’SULLIVAN Environment & Science Editor More than 1,000 students from across the island of Ireland are exhibiting projects in this year’s (...)

The 2021 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition is going virtual. Photograph: Fennell

The impact of Covid-19 is the dominant theme among entries for the 2021 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition, with a quarter of all qualifie(...)

Rebecca Murphy and Abbey Hehir, from St John Bosco Community College, Clare, with their project, Slurry Pit Laser Saves Lives, in January 2020. File photograph: The Irish Times

The BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) is going virtual for 2021 because of continued health and safety concerns around Covid-19.(...)

The Irish Times reported that BT Irelandhad been acquired by London-based investment company Mayfair Equity Partners in a deal that valued it at €300 million

Turnover slipped at BT Ireland last year on the back of a decline in wholesale voice revenues due to mobile termination rate reductions and the transf(...)

Cormac Harris and Alan O’Sullivan (16) from Coláiste Choilm, Cork, whose project won them this year’s title of BT Young Scientists of the Year.  Photograph: Chris Bellew/ Fennell Photography 2020

Two transition-year students from Co Cork have won the overall prize in the 2020 BT Young Scientists & Technology Exhibition for groundbreaking re(...)

Leo Varadkar with students Alison Egan and Caoimhe Harrington (left) from Castleknock Community College. Photograph: Dara MacDonaill/The Irish Times

The Government’s ambition is not only to nurture talent in science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem), but especially to tackle inherent gender(...)

Rhys Morgan and Rob West from Morgan and West Unbelievable Science with Aditya Joshi (centre) from CBS Synge St at the launch of the BT Young Scientist Exhibiton. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Projects relating to climate change account for two thirds of entries qualifying for the final stage of this year’s Young Scientist & Technology E(...)

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