BTYSTE day 2: Mathematical roulette, machine learning and 3D-printed limbs

Day two of the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) revealed the enormous breadth of ambition and scope in the scientific minds of Irish schoolkids. Yesterday saw a distinctly green tint to BTYSTE 2017, with projects ranging from manure bricks to algae oil bioreactors. On the second day of this year’s student showcase, we talked to students behind six very interesting projects. The innovative creations span biology, machine learning, RFID, advanced maths and e-cigarettes, featuring students from schools in Limerick, Athlone, Cork, Galway and Kildare. ‘There are more girls than boys taking part, with a ratio of 602 girls to 540 boys’ These were just a smattering of the exhibits on display, with more than 550 projects selected from a total of 2,09 from 375 schools. Out of the 1,142 students, there…


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