Tuesday June 2, 2020

Young Scientist: Supporting the spirit of innovation

Ann O'Sullivan, engineering manager with Analog Devices, has been part of the judging panel since 2001, a year after her company first got involved in BTYS&TE.

1st September, 2012
Brendan O'Grady from Coláiste Na Trócaire, Limerick, looking into a Tesla ball at the BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition. Photo: Collins

Ann O'Sullivan, engineering manager with Analog Devices, has been part of the judging panel since 2001, a year after her company first got involved in BTYS&TE. Her enthusiasm for the event is palpable, recalling one of her very first judging sessions as if it was yesterday.

"It was the Abbey Christian Brothers' Grammar School from Newry, Co Down and a 13-year-old boy came up to me. He invited me to sit down, telling me...

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