Friday December 6, 2019

Students put their own health under the microscope

14th January, 2018
Ronan Mullane from Desmond College, Limerick designed a mini scrum machine for younger players

Many entrants at the BT Young Scientists and Technology exhibition (BTYSTE) investigated health problems and examined how to increase their productivity in life – at work and in school in particular.

Some explored the various factors that can affect wellbeing. Cian Lynch, from Killorglin Community College in Kerry, looked into how a student’s daily routine could affect their exam results.

He figured that his results at school could improve significantly if he adjusted...

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