Winners of Naughton Scholarships announced

Computational thinking, bio-technology and theoretical physics are among the subjects that the winners of this year's Naughton Scholarships plan to study.

21st September, 2013
Martin Naughton with Naughton Scholarship recipients Lauren Byrne, Oisin Kyne, Seamus Tierney and Aideen Heavey. Photo: Feargal Ward

Computational thinking, bio-technology and theoretical physics are among the subjects that the winners of this year's Naughton Scholarships plan to study. The 21 winners of this year's scholarships, which are awarded by the Naughton Foundation, were announced at an event in the Science Gallery in Dublin yesterday.

Established in 1998, the programme was established by businessman Dr Martin Naughton and his wife Carmel, and to date 64 students have received grants to study science, engineering and...

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