Ireland's brightest young minds

Many of the students at the BTYSTE have travelled from the far corners of the island to do battle and make friends

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
11th January, 2018
The competition is now in its 54th year

It’s an awfully intimidating sight. A giant presence shoving a dictaphone in your face and, in some cases for the first time in their young lives, seriously asking them their opinions. That’s just what they get with this corner, it’s far worse with the judges.

The BTYSTE is a case where the learning on the science and tech side has been done, it’s the learning about explaining it that...

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