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Final call for BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition

Final call for BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition

Press Releases   •   Sep 03, 2018 10:00 BST

There are three weeks left for Northern Ireland secondary school students to enter the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition. BT is encouraging young people to submit their one-page project idea by 25 September. The theme for BTYSTE 2019 is ‘It Starts Here’ because, for many past participants, the Exhibition has marked the beginning of a successful career in science and technology.

Call for entries to BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition

Call for entries to BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition

Press Releases   •   Jun 27, 2018 10:40 BST

TV illusionist and mentalist David Meade is encouraging secondary school students from across Northern Ireland to enter the 2019 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) and come up with a winning project over the summer break - ahead of the September deadline.

David Meade promotes BTYSTE 2019

David Meade promotes BTYSTE 2019

Press Releases   •   Apr 24, 2018 11:53 BST

NI mentalist David Meade is calling on Northern Ireland students to come up with an original STEM project for the 2019 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition. To highlight the value of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, BT has commissioned a survey of 300 working people in Belfast - revealing the majority of STEM employees report high job satisfaction rates.

Success for NI students at 2018 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition

Success for NI students at 2018 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition

Press Releases   •   Jan 12, 2018 20:30 GMT

Beating off stiff competition at this year's BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition, Harvey Donnelly from Wellington College in Belfast won the ‘BT Northern Ireland Best Project’ Award for his ‘Modelling Electrochemical Cell Reactions’ entry. The ‘MATRIX Best Overall School Northern Ireland’ Award was picked up by St Killian’s College from Co. Antrim.