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Dublin student wins Young Scientist for maths project - Science News | Daily News from The Irish Times - Fri, Jan 10, 2014

Dublin student wins Young Scientist for maths project - Science News | Daily News from The Irish Times - Fri, Jan 10, 2014

A Dublin student who found answers to previously unsolved mathematical problems has won the 50th BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition at the RDS. Paul Clarke undertook months of research into complex mathematical theory to become the young scientist of the year.
A project by students from Kinsale seeking to understand people’s attitudes to older people in the work force took the prize for best group. The runner up individual award went to a Dublin student who developed a laboratory management system and the runner up group prize was claimed by students from Mayo who designed and built a gumshield communication device for managers and players...
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