Richard O’Shea 2010, a few words on this year’s exhibition

Posted: January 14, 2011 in Uncategorized

The noise, the buzz and the craic, it’s that time of the year again. For me, going to the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition has become a sort of an annual tradition, I have been coming to the exhibition for 5 years now and each time it just gets bigger, madder and better.

In comparison to last year’s it’s a totally different experience – finally I can walk around and see all of the amazing projects and shows which the BT exhibition has to offer, and once again everything just seems to be better. All of the projects are utterly amazing, and I’m not just being nice in saying that, there are some truly innovative and unique projects up here, from monitoring the types of shot in tennis, miniaturising the diagnostic system of a defibrillator into a smart phone to using hedge trimmings as a new potential source of bio fuels. It’s great to see young people, even if they are just a little bit younger than myself, speaking so passionately and concisely about their projects.

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