Donegal won an impressive seven awards at the 50th BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition in Dublin.
Students from Colaiste Ailigh in Letterkenny won four separate awards while Bundoran’s Magh Ene College won two. Mulroy College in Milford also picked up an award.
Fifth year student Paul Clarke, aged 17, from St Paul’s College, Raheny in Dublin has taken home the top prize for his project entitled, “Contributions to cyclic graph theory”.
The announcement was made in the BT Arena at Dublin’s RDS on Friday evening by Ruairi Quinn, TD Minister for Education and Skills and Colm O’Neill, CEO, BT Ireland.
Paul was entered in the senior section of the Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Sciences category.
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