Congratulations to Aditya Joshi (15) and Aditya Kumar (16) who took home the top prize at the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition 2022.

The Third Year students from Synge Street CBS clamed the award for their project entitled: A New Method of Solving the Bernoulli Quadrisection Problem.

You can watch the winners outline their amazing project at the top of this article. Well done to them!

And they were not the only winners.

Ross O'Boyle from Portmarnock Community School in Dublin took the individual award.
His project was called An investigation into the effectiveness of various ventilation methods using CO2 as a proxy for the spread of Covid-19 in both controlled and real life scenarios.

Ross explains his work above...

The runner-up in the group category was won by Dara Newsome, David Hughes, Conor Bradshaw from Mercy Secondary School, County Kerry.

Their project was entitled: Specs - A Wearable Smart Device for Dementia Patients.

And the individual runner-up was claimed by Andrei Florian from St Aidan's CBS in Dublin.

The project was entitled: An Investigation into the Development of a Digital PR-STV Electoral Voting System using Blockchain Technologies.

And RTÉ Director-General Dee Forbes virtually presented the RTÉ award for Best BTSYTE Project in Social & Behavioural Sciences to Hannah Walsh in Coláiste Treasa, Cork.

Hannah's project was entitled: Towards the development of a program of interventions for the reduction of stress among junior doctors

Well done Hannah and teacher Ms Corkery.

You can check out Hannah's project #4206 under Student Projects at portal.btyoungscientist.com

Well done to everyone who took part! You can read more about the winning entry here!