BT bootcamp fires up with aim of turning young scientists into future entrepreneurs
The secondary school students were split into six groups of five people and assigned projects ranging from electric magnetic driving to rain gauges, to solar self-panel and replacing micro beads
A number of winning students from the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) 2019 have taken part in a bootcamp organised by BT and Innovate UCD which aims to transform science ideas into viable businesses.
The secondary school students were split into six groups of five people and assigned projects ranging from electric magnetic driving to rain gauges, to solar self-panel and replacing micro beads.
Rhona Togher, chief executive of Restored Hearing, has attended the...
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