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Devices to aid disabled dominate Young Scientist event

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
10th January, 2015
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The internet of things and tools for people with disabilities were the top technology trends among participants at the BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition in Dublin last week.

Groups and individual competitors in the technology category developed projects across a broad range of areas, but several were influenced by challenges faced by friends and family.

Lauren Murphy, from Loreto Balbriggan in Dublin, developed an aid for people with multiple sclerosis prompted by her father’s...

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