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GALLERY: Clare students taking part in BTYSTE 2022


CLARE has a strong representation as usual in this year’s BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition with 19 separate projects.

Many of the projects draw inspiration from the students’ local area, a philosophy drummed into his students over the years by Mary Immaculate Secondary School Lisdoonvarna science teacher John Simms.

“We believe very much in the principle that science should be local,” John told The Champion.

“We will never be going for the big super-duper, millionaire-style projects.

“We believe it’s very important for young people to have a love for and an interest in their own local area.”

The same can be said of the projects from St Joseph’s Spanish Point and St Joseph’s Community College Kilkee.

There is a wide spread of interest in the other projects and they can all be checked out here

 

 

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