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TRIU TAISPEANTAS BUANTUIL NA nEOLAITHE OGA

SPONSORED BY AER UNGUS IRISH

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Ba shuntasach an bhliain 11966 i flue-stair na hEireann. Um Chaisc, tugadh 6m6s go bufoch agus go dignitiail d6ibh siad gur de bharr a mbeartais, sa bhliain 1916, a bunafodh an nuastat Gaelach. Thuig Bach glen de chinniri na nGael, agus an choimhlint fhada leis an namhaid ar sail , nar reiteach saoraideach ar dhrochcharsai na tire an tsaoirse agus an neamhspleachas iontu fain. Ba mhaith ab eol riamh do chinniri an naisiain go mbearfadh an tsaoirse a cuid fadhbanna lei agus narbh fheidir an iarracht naisianta a chosaint mura bhfeadfai brath ar an bpobal chun glacadh go gasta leis na hoscaiiti a thiocfadh leis an saoirse pholaitiail. Mar sin, is de bharr imeachtai stairh la 1966 a glacadh go forleathan leis an tirghra nua-aimseartha -tirghra deantasach, nach mheidh rath orainn da eagmais agus sinn ag iomafocht le naisiain an domhain. Cheiliaramarna, muintir Aer Lingus, ar dtriochada la breithe i 1966. I mBaile Dh6nail sa bhliain 1936 is ea a d'eirigh de thaiamh an de-eitlean neamh-mh6ireiseach ad agus spas do chaigear ar bord. On la sin i leith, agus ar bhforbairt a breithnia againn , ni feidir gan a thabhairt faoi deara cad a mar phairt a ghlac an aerline naisianta i bhforbairt eacnamaioch na tire. Da thabhachtai cuid an tsochair den chomhlacht is dOigh liom nach i leabhar an chuntas6ra ate tuairisc le fail ar a Ian den ghniomhalocht is rathala der thionscnaiomar. Is tabhachtal b'fheidir, 6 thaobh an naisiain de, gur chruthaigh dul chun cinn Aer Lingus go raibh bua aiceanta teicneolaloch ag cine a measadh le r6-fhada a bheith faoi anail carsai tuaithe. Ta se lanoirianach mar sin go bhfuilimidne, muintir na haerline naisianta, trid an bpatranacht a dheanaimid ar Thaispeantas na nEolaithe bga, ag deanamh iarracht faoi Leith chun spreagadh breise a thabhairt do shaothra na heolalochta sa tir seo agus chun tabhacht an abhair don aos 6g a bheimnia. Is m6r an carsai athais dainn a fhonnmhaire a ghlac adarais oideachais , mainteoiri agus micleinn ar fud na tire leis an sceim 6 tionscnaiodh 11964 I. Is comhartha a an rath a lean Taispeantas na nEolaithe bga ar an tuiscint ate ag borradh sa tir maidir leis an oiliaint san eolafocht . Mheadaigh lion na ndaltai eta ag gabhail d ' abhair eolaiochta sna meanscoileanna 6 36.500 i 1959/60 go dtl 56,000 i 1964/65. Thug an tAire Oideachais le fios le


deanal go mbeadh orainn i bhfad nios m5airgid a chaitheamh ar oideachas eolaioch sna deich mbliana at3 romhainn, agus to comharthai cinnte ann go mbeidh polasaf naisiunta i leith na heolalochta againn. Is mian horn bulochas speisialta a ghabhail leis na breithiuna a bhfuil sarmholadh tuillte acu as an oiread sin curaim agus duthrachta a chaitheamh le gn5 an-iogair. Gabhaim bulochas freisin leis na taispeantOiri fein as ucht a bheith pfiirteach-t5 suil againn go measfaidh siad fein agus a mriinteoiri gurbh fhiu a n-iarracht.

Bainisteoir GinearSlta.

The year 1966 marked a significant watershed in modern Irish history. At Easter, the nation paid a dignified and grateful tribute to those who, in 1916, took the decisive step which led to the establishment of the new Irish state. Throughout the centuries of struggle, successive generations of Irish leaders have been conscious of the fact that freedom and independence would not representafacile panacea for the nation's ills. Our national leaders through the troubled centuries showed a keen awareness that freedom would bring its own challenges and that ultimate vindication of the national effort would depend on the capacity and readiness of our people to avail of the new opportunities which political freedom would present. And so the historic events of 1966 brought a general acceptance of the modern concept of constructive patriotism on which our prosperity in a competitive international environment will depend. We, in Aer Lingus, celebrated our thirtieth anniversary in 1966. Reviewing our growth since that unpretentious five-seater biplane took off from Baidonnel in 1936, one cannot help becoming keenly conscious of the part the national airline has played in developing the economy of the new Ireland. Significant as our record of profitable operation may be, I feel that many of our happiest contributions are not apparent in the accountant's ledger. From the national point of view , it is perhaps more important that the success of Aer Lingus has served to demonstrate the inherent technological capability of a people who had too long been regarded as pastorally orientated. It is, therefore, particularly appropriate that through sponsorship of the Aer Lingus Young Scientists' Exhibition , we in the national airline should make a special effort to give extra stimulus to the study of science in this country and to emphasise the importance of the subject for our youth. We have been gratified by the enthusiastic response of the educational authorities and of teachers and students throughout the country since the project was introduced in 1964. The success of the Young Scientists ' Exhibition demonstrates a growing awareness of the importance of scientific training . The number of pupils studying science subjects in our secondary schools has jumped from 36,500 in


1959/60 to 56,000 in 1964/65. Recently, the Minister for Education indicated that in the next decade we must spend a good deal more on scientific education and there are positive indications that we are to havea national policy for science. I wish to pay special tribute to the panel of judges whose care and attention in their difficult task is beyond all praise. I also thank the exhibitors themselvesfortheir participation - we hope they and their teachers will feel the effort was worthwhile.

General Manager.

JUDGES Chairman: Dr. J. F. Dempsey, General Manager, Aer Lingus-Irish. Deputy Chairman: Mr. P. J. Brennan , Secretary, Aer Lingus-Irish. Secretary: Mr. D. J. Hayes, Air Education Officer, Aer Lingus^lrish. Panel: Biochemistry. Dr. C. E. Dalgliesh, Arthur Guinness, Son Er Co. (Dublin) Ltd. Dr. P. Moore, Dublin Health Authority. Biology: Dr. J. Bracken, University College, Dublin. Dr. J. J. Duggan, Agricultural Institute. Dr. M. Duhig, University College, Dublin. Mr. M. Langan, Department of Education (Technical Instruction Branch). Mr. C. Murphy, Irish Sugar Company. Dr. B. L. Powell, Trinity College, Dublin. Miss G. Roche, National Museum. Miss M . Scannell , National Museum. Chemistry: Dr. D. M. X. Donnelly, University College, Dublin. Dr. D. Kehoe, Irish Meat Packers.

Dr. R. J. Nichol, Institute for Industrial Research and Standards. Dr. H. Rubalcava, University College, Dublin. Mr. P. Start, University College, Dublin. Electronics: Dr. J. White, University College, Dublin. Geography: Mr. F. H. Aalen, Trinity College, Dublin Dr. H. R. Cathcart, Sandford Park School, Dublin. Professor J. P. Naughton, Trinity College, Dublin. Dr. B. Miller , University College, Dublin.

Dr. L. Smith, University College, Dublin. Mathematics: Mr. J. F. Donovan, Assistant General Manager (Commercial), Aer Lingus-Irish. Professor B. H. Murdoch, F.T.C.D., Trinity College, Dublin Professor T. D. Spearman, Trinity College, Dublin. Professor J. R. Timoney, University College, Dublin. Physics: Rev. Father P. Burke, O. Carm., Collegio S. Alberto, Rome. Mr. P. Doherty, Radio Telefis Eireann. Mr. C. P. O'Toole, Institute for Industrial Research and Standards. Dr. B. Scaife , Trinity College, Dublin. General Presentation and Layout: Mr. J. R. Leonard, Publicity Manager, Aer Lingus-Irish.


Stand No.

AGE GROUPS

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Junior Section: Over 13 and not more than 16 years of age on September 30th, 1966.

Watson, Philippa Maria

A study of vitamin Bit.

Biochemistry

Senior Section: Over 16 and not more than 18 years of age on September 30th, 1966.

Due to late notification, certain projects may not have been included in this catalogue and their stands have been designated alphabetically in their respective sections.

Biochemistry

The High School, Harcourt Street, Dublin.

St. Finbarr's College, Farranferris. Methods of applying fertilizers to plants, and the study of their subsequent behaviour.

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Crowley, Kieran James

11

Murray, Noel Gerard

12

Tanner, Michael John

Stand No. Alexandra College, Dublin. A study of the effect and extent of pollution in a rural river flowing into a city area.

Carson, John William

A study of the extracts of some living tissues in regard to their enzyme activity and the products of reaction.

Bithcheimic

Junior Section-Girls

Bithcheimic

Junior Section-Boys 9

LATE ENTRIES

Dominican Convent, Wicklow.

Terenure College, Dublin. Illustrations of the effects of chemical additives on plant growth.

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Chapman, Suzanne Telford

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Dillon, Eileen Mary

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Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. Dollard, Agnes Mary An attempt to extract chlorophyll from plants.

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Brigidine Convent, Mountrath. A study of the nutritive value of cheese.

Loreto Convent, Mullingar. Brennan, Mary To illustrate comparisons of oxygen intake in various organisms.

Hayden, Eileen Mary

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Daly, Anne

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Convent of the Lovatt-Dolan, Mary Elizabeth Sacred Heart, Leeson Street, Dublin. A study of fermentations.

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McCarthy, Brenda Maria

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Naughton, Monica

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Ursuline Convent, Sligo. Sugrue, Arne A study 'of blood coagulation with particular reference to invertebrate animals.

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Convent of Mercy, Spanish Point. The identification of blood groups, using plant (seed) extracts.

Loreto Convent, Mullingar. Morris, Philomena To establish some relationship between human body factors and the amount of CO2 evolved as a respiratory waste product. Notre Dame des Missions, Churchtown, Dublin. A study of hormones, with particular reference to the effects of testosterone and thyroxin.

The High School, Harcourt Street, Dublin. The effect of fluoride on teeth.

Biochemistry

Bithcheimic

Senior Section-Girls

Tyndall, Margaret

Dominican Convent, Sion Hill, Blackrock. The serological value of mollusc extract in blood agglutination. Dominican Convent, Sion Hill, Blackrock. A smoking infusorium. Tests to show the effects on the organism.

Dominican Convent, Sion Hill, Blackrock. Marine algae-their chromatography and their uses as antibiotics.


Biochemistry

Bithcheimic

Senior Section-Boys Stand No. 18 Milner Micheal Ciaran

Colbiste Muire C.B.S., Muileann Cearr. Staideararroinntgalarduchasach daonna.

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6 MurchO, Miche3/Seosamh Col3iste Muire C.B.S., Muileann Cearr. Staidear ar chomhshuiomh drochaeir airithe agus a thionchar ar an gcorp.

Biology

Stand No. 29

Dillon, Amelia Maria-Ann Convent of the Sacred Heart, Leeson Street, Dublin. The life cycle of the frog.

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Drury, Mary Veronica

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Fitzgibbon, Aveen Ann

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FitzPatrick, Valerie Ann

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Flood, Dorothy Mary

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Garvey, Maria Margaret

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Grace, Anne Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. A working model of a plant. Grace, Mary Brigid Brigidine Convent, Mountrath. A brief survey of the cultivation of strawberries. Griffin, Antoinette Mary Our Lady's School, Templeogue, Dublin. How we protect ourselves from the hazards of our environment.

Bitheolaiocht

Junior Section-Girls 20

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Dominican Convent, Dun Laoghaire. The work of bacteria in everyday life. Andrews, Susan Mary Our Lady's School, Rath new. A brief study of fungi. Aherne, Elizabeth John

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Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. Ay/ward, Anne Nature's secrets as seen through a microscope.

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Burke, He/en Maria

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Cross and Passion College, Kilcullen. The physiological, social and economic study of alcohol.

Dominican Convent, Wicklow. A study of symbiosis and the part it plays in the balance of nature.

Carmody, Irene Alyce

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Clancy, Teresa Colaiste Muire, Ennis. Inter-relationships of certain insects.

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Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. Cooper, Hilda Animal and plant life on the sea shore. Our Lady's Bower, Corcoran, Maria Goretti Athlone. A survey of local fish shops with the object of discovering: (a) types of fish sold and their characteristics and habitats; (b) factors indicating how fish is valued as a food in this locality.

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Loreto Convent, Mullingar. A comparison of soils from Westmeath and Connemara and suggestions as to how the latter can be improved.

Dempsey, Shelley Primrose

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Dominican Convent, Muckross Park, Dublin. A study of a suburban garden, embracing research on weeds, flowers, insects and soil. Our Lady's School, Templeogue, Dublin. A study of sea fish around the Irish coast. Dominican Convent, Muckross Park, Dublin. A study of the habits and senses of the insect, taking bees as an example. Dominican Convent, Sion Hill, Blackrock. The effects of detergents on plants. Cross and Passion College, Kilcullen. A study of the manufacture of cigarettes from the seed to the packet, and to investigate some of the effects of smoking on the lungs.

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Hickey, Margaret Geraldine

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Hickey, Mary Philomena

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Holland, Ruth Elizabeth Convent of the Sacred Heart, Leeson Street, Dublin. A study of the human eye.

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Kavanagh, Catherine Mary

Our Lady's School, Rathnew. The utilisation of fish to augment the world's supply of protein. Presentation Convent, Thurles.

A study of bees.

Holy Faith Convent, Greystones. A study of common trees and the uses of their wood; to show why some woods are more durable than others.


Stand No. Stand No. 42 Keating, Mary Anne

Our Lady's School, Templeogue, Dublin. The physical features, geology and ecology of an area in south County Dublin. Notre Dame des Missions, 43 K'Eogh, Jane Churchtown, Dublin. Life in a rock pool. Convent of the Sacred 44 Keogh, Phaedra Veronica Heart, Leeson Street, Dublin. The life and habits of worms. Convent of the Sacred 45 Kidney, Maria Raphea/ Heart, Leeson Street, Dublin. The human ear and its functions. Our Lady's Secondary 46 Langan, Anne Marie School, Turloughmore. The leaf and its functions. Loreto College, 47 Lonergan, Margaret Anne St. Stephen's Green, Dublin. A study of earthworm populations. Dominican Convent, Sion Hill, Blackrock. Observations and experiments designed to solve the "Great Eel Mystery".

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Lynch, Maria Threasa

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Loreto College, Cavan. McNally, Maura A study of the brown trout, showing: (a) distribution in Ireland; (b) life cycle and related investigations. Our Lady's School, Meagher. Mary Bernadette Rathnew. The effect of space travel on the human body.

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Dominican Convent, Mombrun, Laura Dun Laoghaire. The composition of soils and the plants they support.

Ard Scoil Naomh Ni Dhubhghai/l, Siobhan Muire Lughaidh, Rathmaoinis, BaileAtha Cliath. The calorific energy of the diet of the cockroach. Clochar Lughaidh, 53 NI Mhurnain, A/ne Muineachan. Eifeacht X- gathanna ar slolta. Manor House 54 Neagh, Noeleen Fionnuala School, Raheny, Dublin. Some aspects of plant life under water. Convent of the O'Donnell. Anne Veronica 55 Sacred Heart, Leeson Street, Dublin. A description of fertiliser materials and how they are made. Demonstration of the effects of fertilisers on plant life.

Ursuline Convent, Sligo. A detailed study of the chick embryo.

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O'Donohoe, Evelyn Assumptha

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O'Flaherty, Kathleen Anne

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O'Hara, Geraldine

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O'Hara, Patricia Mary

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6 Huiginn, Ma/r/n

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O'Neill, Marie Therese

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Op de Beeck, Goedele

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O'Reilly, Jane Fiances

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0'Su/f/van, Miriam

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Purcell, Geraldine Colaiste Muire, Ennis. Factors which influence the growth of fresh water algae with special reference to light intensity.

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Colaiste Muire, Ennis. Quirke, Marie TherEsP The development and growth of moulds and fungi.

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Ryan, Patricia Maria

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Sanfey, Hilary Anne

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Loreto Convent, Letterkenny. Potato blight: causes, effect and preventative measures. Convent of St. Louis, Balla. A study of the ecology of different habitats in the Balla district. Presentation Convent, Thu rles. Experiments on the growth of mushrooms.

Our Lady's School, Templeogue, Dublin. A survey of the causes of heart disease.

St. Dominic's College, Cabra, Dublin. The comparitive study of cell growth in mongolian children and the cell growth in normal children. Notre Dame des Missions, Churchtown, Dublin. A study of the regenerative powers of different organisms. Our Lady's School, Rathnew. An experimental study of milk. St. Joseph's College, Athlone. A study of parasitism with particular reference to caterpillars

Our Lady's School, Rathnew. A study of the bloodstock industry. Our Lady's School, Templeogue, Dublin. Investigation of uses to which cleared bogland might be put and the chemicals necessary to make it fertile.


Stand No. 69 Savage, Angela Veronica

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St. Joseph's College, Athlone. A study of insectivorous plants and the culture of moulds. Ursuline Convent, Shanahan, Frances Margaret Waterford. Milk and how its allied industries can

Stand No. 80 6 Cn3imhln, Alan Seosaimh

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Sinnott, Brigid Loreto Abbey, Gorey. The life cycle of a starfish (phylumechinodermata). Tinney. Deirdre Mary Our Lady's School, Templeogue, Dublin. A study of the fish and plant life in the section of the Dodder that flows through the grounds of my school.

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Bitheolaiocht

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De La Salle College, Churchtown, Dublin. A study of: (a) diseases in plant life; (b) why chemicals kill certain plants. Terenure College, Bourke, Geoffrey Michael Dublin The effects of greenhouse designs on productivity. The King's Hospital, Brislane, Alan Lindsy Dublin. A study of crawfish until it becomes fully mature and an examination of its environment. Vocational School, Bucke, Denis Newcastle West. The effect of different diets on small animals to show the value of milk and milk products and to illustrate the effects of low protein and vitamin deficient diets. St. Finbarr's College, Cashell, Eamonn Martin Farranferris. A study and investigation of viruses. The High School, Cox, Peter Timothy Harcourt Street, Dublin. A study of fertilisers.

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Bolger, Brian Anthony

Marian College, Ballsbridge, Dublin. A general study of rabbits, with particular reference to their development, anatomy and behaviour.

Bitheolaiocht

Senior Section-Girls

Junior Section-Boys 73

De La Salle College, Churchtown , Dublin. A study of the behaviour of insects.

Tyndall, Peter Martin

Biology 83

Biology

ColSiste lognaid, Gaillimh.

The human "telephone exchange". The nervous system illustrated by models.

improve rural life.

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The evolution of man. 6 Cralbhln, Padhraic Geardid

ColSiste IognSid. G a illi m h .

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MacCurtain, Terence Patrick

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Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. Bluett, Bernadette A study of the eye. F.C.J. Convent, Bradshaw, Mary Catherine Laurel Hill, Limerick. The cellular components of blood, with special reference to the exchange of gases therein. Alexandra College, Doherty, Eileen Isabelle Dublin. A study of the adaptations of flora and fauna which contribute to their existence in fresh water. Cross and Passion Donovan, Maura Bridged College, Kilcullen. Diseases and enemies of bees. Ursuline Convent, Doogan, Mary Catherine Sligo. Plants and light energy. Holy Faith Convent, Dow/ing, Colette Mary Haddington Road, Dublin. A study of inheritance ( genetics). Ursuline Convent, Farrell, Elizabeth Mary Waterford. A study of the mineral requirements of plants and the changes in their growth caused by deficiencies and superabundance of the minerals concerned. Convent of St. Louis, Gi/varry, Mary Frances Balla. A study of the food value of storage plants. Loreto Convent, Grant, Maighread Finuala Letterkenny. Staidear ar an bprata sil i dTir Chonaill; tus agus dul chun cinn an tionscail.


Stand No. 92

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Alexandra College, Dublin. An investigation of different soils to attempt to discover how the composition affects the vegetation. Alexandra College,Dublin. Loh, Kathleen Rubber: cultivation, production and uses. Loreto Convent, McDonald, Jane Mary Kilkenny. The incidence and growth of fungi. Convent of St. Louis, McGowan, Mary Rose Balla. Study of Saprophytic fungi and how they are affected by heat, radiation, light, etc.

Loreto Convent. Kilkenny. A study of milk and its by-products. Their importance in human life.

Lennon, Margaret Patricia

Conyent of St. Louis, Balla. A study and a chemical analysis of the minute plant and animal organisms to be found in a drop of: (a) stagnant water; (b) pond water; (c) rain water; (d) salt water; (e) spring water. Cross and Passion 97 Miley, Margaret Mary College, Kilcullen. The conquest of hunger. Loreto High School, 98 Mothers/ll, Carmel Emelia Rathfarnham, Dublin. Continued research into the relationship between the type of plant and the soil in which it is found. F.C.J. Convent, 99 Murphy, Anne Marie Bunclody. The colour changes in the melanaphores of fish and/or the frog. Convent of St. Louis, N/BhraonSin, dine 100 Carrickmacross. To makeatype of consumer index of various commercial preparations which are claimed to have bactericidal properties. Cross and Passion Nixon, Deidre Mary 101 College, Kilcullen. Water: (a) sources of supply and methods of purification; (b) its role in the environment of plants and animals; (c) various water organisms. Loreto Abbey, Gorey. 102 O'Dwyer, Anne Mary To investigate the incidence of ringworm in calves and to arrive at a possible means of cure and eradication. F.C.J. Convent, Bunclody. 103 O'Leary, Ste/la Mary A study of eye pupil size and its relation to the interest factor. 96

Stand No. 104 Renehan, Helen Mary

Maguire, Anna Katherine

Biology

Bitheolaiocht

Senior Section-Boys 105

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Rockwell College, Cashel. A study of the ascent of sap in the stem of the plant. Rockwell College, Curry, Joseph Patrick Cashel. To set up a wormery and study the various effects of earthworms on soil, with particular reference to water content. Rockwell College, Finn, Daniel Joseph Cashel.

Carter, Sean Gerard

A study of the control of algae. Rockwell College, Foley, Fergus John Cashel. To find the effects of magnetism on the germination of seeds. The High School, Hanna, Michael Victor Harcourt Street, Dublin. A study of colouring pigments in autumn leaves. Rockwell College, Hanratty, Paul Joseph Cashel. A demonstration of the fall in bloodpressure after passing through the capillaries and of the effect produced when the capillaries are made narrow. St. Vincent's C.B.S., Hayes, Walter Cormac Glasnevin, Dublin. Salmonellosis in mice. A study of the etiology, course, and effect of the disease on the host.

Midleton College, Midleton. Analysis of movements and status of wading birds in the Douglas Estuary, Cork Harbour, over a period of three years.

112

Hutchinson, Clive Desmond

113

Kentgens-bOS, Josef

Rockwell College, Cashel. A study of the bird life in an inland lake from mid-autumn to mid-winter.


Stand No. 114 Lambe, Oscar Anthony

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Rockwell College, Cashel. The effects of whiskey on the digestion of starch. O Buachalla, Braanainn St. Finbarr's College, Farranferris. The rainbow trout, with emphasis on its nutrition, diseases and physiology. O Cearnaigh, Daithl Nollag Colaiste Muire C.B.S., Muileann Cearr. Modh simpli eolaiocht Chun fdsradh a dhibirt as laithreacha uisce.

O Connachain, Sean

Colaiste Einde, Gaillimh. Ini6chadh ar bhreith uibheacha ag Anobium Punctatum agus scr6d6 ar an tionchar a dheanann solus agus dathanna ar thoghadh Sit a mbreithe. Regan, Ciaran Martin C.B.S. Westland Row, Dublin. An investigation into the food eaten by fish until they become fully mature and the diseasesthat they may contractduringthis period.

Russell, Christopher Stephen

Terenure College, Dublin. A scientific study of the vegetation, climate and soil of the Burren, North Clare.

Chemistry

Ceimic

Stand No. 125

Dwyer, Bridget Gabriel

126

Flynn, Mary Bernadette

127

128

Brady, Maria Goretti

Maryfield College,

Dublin. A study of the ordered structure of the solid state.

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A study of organic matter.

Our Lady's Bower, Athlone. To extract dyes from local vegetation.

Hayes, Elizabeth Ann

130

Heavey, Anne Philomena

131

Convent of Jesus Hickey, Margaret Assumpta & Mary, Gortnor Abbey, Crossmolina. The manufacture and use of glass, now and in the past.

132

Keane, Mary Teresa

133

Loreto Abbey, Gorey. Lane, Eithne To examine the different stages in the manufacturing of an article of pottery.

134

Luzzatto, Eleonora Mary

135

McDonnell, Bairbre Mary

136

Alexandra College, Dublin. Maybury, Marion The chemistry of a wood. Convent of Mercy, Murphy, Emer Bernadette Moate. The extraction of caffeine from tea and coffee.

Chapman, Pauline Sandra

Loreto Abbey, Gorey. To examine the process of tanning. Conran, Rosemary Madeleine Ursuline Convent, Waterford. A model to illustrate the chain reaction of a H-bomb. de BOrca, Aingeal Ard Scoil Naomh Lughaidh, Rathmaoinis, Baile Atha Cliath. Candles and wicks, past, present and to come. Dermody, Breda Loreto Convent, Kilkenny.

Convent of Mercy, Spanish Point. A study of the effects of air and sea water on the rusting of iron in a coastal region and to study corrosion inhibitors. Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. Gi/martin, Helen A schoolgirl's attempt at manufacturing leather. Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. Gilmartin. Margaret A model gas-works.

129

Junior Section-Girls 120

F.C.J. Convent, Bunclody. A series of experiments to demonstrate some interesting uses of chromatography and, in particular, to show the nature of paper chromatography.

137

Convent of Mercy, Moate. To grow crystals of various salts and to study their form.

Dominican Convent, Wicklow. A study of the manufacture of glass, with special reference to Waterford cut glass.

Dominican Convent, Wicklow. A study of oil. The main products of oil refining and the importance of the oil industry. Our Lady's School, Templeogue, Dublin. The composition and manufacture of cement.


Stand No.

Stand No. Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. 138 O'Donovan, Ann The chemical background of photographic development. Loreto Abbey, Gorey. 139 O'Dwyer, Joan To investigate the commercial possibilities of the dandelion. Loreto Convent, 140 O'Gorman, Mary Judith Kilkenny.

De Paor, Doug/an Godfraf

152

Mahon, Garry Arthur

153

Molony, Pierce John

154

O'Brien, Michael David

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O'Rourke, David Gerald

156

Quigley, John

157

Sanfey, David John

158

Shie% A/an William

A study of cosmetics. 141

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Convent of Mercy, Moate. To compare different kinds of synthetic detergents and to study the history of soapmaking. Our Lady's School, O'Sullivan, MSirin Patricia Templeogue, Dublin. A study of the hydrogenation of fats and oils, and the making of margarine. Loreto Convent, Phelan, Oonagh Elizabeth Kilkenny. A schoolgirl's attempt at making sugar. Alexandra College, Phillips, Susan Frances Dublin. A study of some components of turf and their chemical properties. Convent of St. Lows, Reilly, Evelyn Mary Dundalk. Calcium and its compounds. Alexandra School, Robinson, Joyce Sara Dublin. The chemistry of perfumery. Loreto Convent, Scimone, Patrice Marie Kilkenny. An attempted analysis of a popular soft drink. Alexandra School, Dublin. Taylor, Joyce Averil Life through the eyes of a chemist. The atoms and molecules which go to form everyday things.

O'Regan, Regina Assumpta

Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. Tynan, Mary Patricia The chemistry of cosmetics.

Chemistry

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Franciscan College, Gormanston. The extraction of oxygen from substances when required in small quantities. Cistercian College, Roscrea. To demonstrate the chemical processes involved in refining raw brown sugar. Belvedere College, Dublin. To illustrate with models and literature what happens when D.N.A. is struck by a cosmic ray. Presentation College, Glasthule. The structure of the atom, with special reference to the electron, and an attempt to show how valency occurs in atoms. Terenure College, Dublin. A study of the manufacture of ice cream. The High School, Harcourt Street, Dublin. A study of commercial grades of petrol by gas chromatography.

Ceimic

Senior Section-Girls Manor House School, Raheny, Dublin. An investigation into: (a) the use of seaweed as a source of food; (b) the nature of the food; (c) a possible means of making at least one type of seaweed more readily available.

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Brennan, Deirdre

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Casey, Margaret Mary

Ceimic

Terenure College, Dublin. The study and manufacture of soap in the laboratory and in a local factory.

Cronin, Michael Joseph

The High School, Harcourt Street, Dublin. A study of isomerism and assymetry of crystals.

Chemistry

A

Junior Section-Boys 150

Presentation College, Glasthule. The modern camera, illustrating the scientific principles involved in producing a photograph.

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Tanning of leather.

Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham , Dublin.


Stand No. Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. 161 Hackett, Marion Extraction of sugar from seaweed. Loreto Abbey, Gorey. 162 Lane, Maureen A study of the production of beer from barley. Dominican Convent, 163 Notaro, Angelina Cathrina Ballyfermot, Dublin. The chemistry of water. Alexandra College, 164 Perdue, Daphne Ruth Dublin. The study of the chemistry of fruits. Loreto Abbey, Gorey. 165 Shorunkeh Betts, Gloria The ocean, source of untold riches.

Electronics

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Brophy, Eileen Ann

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Bruce, Monica Patricia

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Burke, Marie Theresa

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Byrne, Brigid Mary

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Canavan, Phyllis Mary

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Carolan, Paula Loreto College, Cavan. Building materials-their place in the Irish economy.

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Casey, Geraldine Ann

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Commins, Brenda Mary

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Cornyn, Mary Loreto College, Cavan. Utilization of land in the townland of Dowra, Co. Cavan, showing: (a) distribution in relation to relief, etc; (b) stocking; (c) present output and potential output.

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Con, Deborah Mary

Leictreoinic

Junior Section-Boys 166

Stand No.

The High School, Harcourt Street, Dublin. To demonstrate how sound can be transmitted through the medium of light.

/reson, Paul Anthony

Electronics

Leictreoinic

Senior Section-Boys 167

Colaiste Chrlost RI, Cork. The computer inaction.

Madden, Joseph Anthony

Geography

Geografaiocht

Junior Section-Girls Loreto College, Enniscorthy. A study of the necessity of abrasives in Irish industry.

168

Atkinson-Turner, Charlotte Anne

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Barry, Margaret Carmel

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Brennan, Marion Elizabeth

Presentation Convent, Thurles. A study of the Thurles water supply.

Fruit in Leinster.

Loreto Convent, Kilkenny.

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Convent of Mercy, Enniscorthy. A survey of dairy farming in County Waterford with special reference to: (a) the distribution of the industry; (b) the extent of the industry; (c) the creameries in the area; (d) modern developments.

St. Mary's College, Arklow. Forestry in Co. Wicklow. Our Lady's School, Templeogue, Dublin. Research and survey of the Father McDyer scheme.

Brigidine Convent, Mountrath. Some pertinent facts about the Irish seafishing industry. Convent of Mercy, Enniscorthy. A study of the geographical and historical processes in the making of our town.

Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. A study of the Design Centre in Kilkenny with particular reference to pottery.

Presentation Convent, Thurles. A study of the Thurles sugar industry.

Ursuline Convent, Sligo. Lead mines of Sligo: their historical background, soils and the possibility of their being re-opened. Cosgrave, Anne Theresa St. Mary's College, Arklow. A study of rural land utilization (6 sq. miles approx.) in the Arklow area in order to ascertain the areas devoted to pasture, tillage, etc.


Stand No. Loreto College, Enniscorthy. Survey of Ferns Parish to discover if it is, in fact, the religious , social and economic centre of the community.

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Cowman, Mary Assumpta

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Loreto College , Cavan. Crean, Jean Efizabeth A study of the development of Cootehill. Convent of St. Louis. de Blair, Hi/art Ma/re

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Donaghy, Caroline Mary

186

Convent of Mercy, Enniscorthy. A survey of Co. Wicklow: ( a) as the best timbered county in Ireland; (b) types of trees; ( c) the economic aspects of the industry. Ursuline Convent, McGeough, Patricia Margaret Sligo. A study of the east lowlands of Ireland, showing connections between soil and underlying rock and agricultural and economic development.

McCoy, Mary Assumpta

Ursuline Convent, Sligo.

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Mclnerney, Helen Marie

Sligo as a water ski-ing centre. Loreto College, Enniscorthy. The Cottage Plot in the Ferns area of Co. Wexford. A survey to discover its economic potential and actual uses.

200

McKenna, Dolores Maria

Gethings, Catherine Anne

Colaiste Muire, Ennis. A study of flooding in the Fergus basin and estuary : ( a) monetary losseg; ( b) suggested improvements.

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Glendon, Henrietta Mary

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Holohan, Mary Catherine

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/vie, Paula Elizabeth

St. Paul's Secondary School, Greenhills, Dublin. The changing face of Dublin. How developments in transport and industry affect the life of the individual and of society. Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham. Jones, Helen Mary Dublin. A study of mines in the British Isles. Presentation Convent, Thurles. A study of the textile industry from raw materials to the finished products. Loreto Abbey , Rathfarn ham, Dublin. The importance of the Shannon.

Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham , Dublin. The effects of climate on health. Loreto College, McKiernan, Mary Bernadette Cavan. A study of the gypsum industry in Kingscourt, Co. Cavan. Loreto College , Cavan. Magee, Geraldine A survey of an attempt to decentralize industry as exemplified in a small Irish town.

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Manning, Mary Carmel

204

Loreto College, Cavan. Mansfield, Mary Examination of strata found during the sinking of a well.

205

Merry, Rosaleen Mary

Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. A survey of Home Farm 1966-67.

Colaiste Muire, Ennis.

A study of the proposed expansion of the Fergus estuary, involving: ( a) land reclamation; ( b) construction ; ( c) resulting benefits for agriculture and amenities.

Kerrane, Mary Christine

Lenehan, Mary

St. Mary's College, Arklow. The geographical and historical associations of place names in County Wicklow.

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Loreto Convent, Kilkenny.

A study of the carpet industry.

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St. Paul's Secondary School, Greenhills, Dublin. The importance of water to life. Loreto Convent, Loughlin, Margaret Bridget Kilkenny. A study of national alcoholic drinks.

Levins, Jacqueline Anne

Our Lady' s School, Templeogue , Dublin. A geographical study of leather. F.C.J. Convent, Doyle, Jane Catherine Laurel Hill, Limerick. Limestone and life in Co . Limerick.

Egan, Florence Martina

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Balla. To compare the 1811 map of Balla with the 1929 Ordnance Survey map in conjunction with population trends.

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206

Loreto Abbey, Gorey. Molumby, Mary Denise Our forests and the Irish economy.

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Muldowney, Irene Margaret

The story of wheat.

Loreto Convent, Kilkenny.


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Convent of Mercy, Enniscorthy. A survey of the coastal features of Ireland from the point of view of geology.

Murphy, Helen Catherine

Convent of Mercy, Enniscorthy. A survey of turf production in Ireland: (a) extent of industry; (b) moderndevelopments; (c) potentialities of turf. Loreto College, Enniscorthy. A demographic survey of the rural parish of Oulart to discover recent trends in emigration and marriage rates. Loreto Convent. Kilkenny. A study of the remould tyre industry in Kilkenny.

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Ard Scoil Naomh LughN/Bhri, Deirdre Mary aidh, Rathmaoinis , Baile Atha Cliath. The "Ideal Town". Clochar Loreto, N/Fhearrain, A/ne Ma/re Baile na nGall6glach. Daantus na milsean i Leitir Ceanainn.

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Ard Scoil Naomh Ni Mhu/rea/n, Ellis A/ne Lughaidh, Rathmaoinis , Baile Atha Cliath. Depopulation of the islands along the western coast. Ard Soil Naomh N/R/ain, A//In Ellis Lughaidh, Rathmaoinis , Baile Atha Cliath. A geographical study of diseases. Convent of St. Louis, Balla. A survey of the past and present land usage in the district around Balla in conjunction with population trends, and how best the land can be utilized in the future.

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Ni Shui/leabhain, Ca/trlona

217

N/c a' Leagha, Brid A/ne

Clochar Loreto Baile na nGall6glach. An tionscal muilleoireacht i mBaile na nGall6glach agus na tosca ar airigh chomh maith leis an tionscal. Clochar Loreto, Baile na nGall6glach. Scriidu ar obair agus ar thairgi na monarchain admhaid i dTir Chonaill.

218

N/c Suibhne, Site Bheronica

219

O'Brien, Mary Angela

Presentation Convent, Thurles. A study of "Erin Foods" products.

St. Mary's College, Arklow. Gardens in Arklow, their productivity, uses and allotment.

221

O'Mahony, Eleanor Mary

222

O'Shea, Valerian Mary

Mythen, Catherine Mary

Neary, Bernadette Louise

Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham, Dublin.

To show how marble products and mining in Ireland aid the national economy

Murphy, Mary Christine

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Stand No. 220 O'Connor. Joan Mary

St. Mary's College, Arklow. Tourism in Co. Wicklow. A study of the amenities of the county and their utilisation in relation to this industry.

Colaiste Muire, Ennis. Study of: ( a) soil survey of the Fergus estuary; ( b) classification of soil; (c) land use. Our Lady's Bower, 224 Qu/rke, Sheila Mary Athlone. A survey of a local excavation with the object of discovering and indentifying: (a) fossils; (b) other interesting rockspecimens. Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. 225 Ryan, Catherine A study of barley cultivation. Our Lady' s Bower, 226 Ryan, Mary Margaret Athlone. A study of Gortdrum Copper Mines in order to determine how the copper is mined. Loreto Abbey, 227 Scales, Linda Mary Rathfarnham , Dublin. Leather and its uses. Ursuline Convent, 228 Smyth, Marjorie Joseph/ne Sligo. Coastal erosion at Strandhill , Co. Sligo. How can it be prevented? Brigidine Convent, 229 Stanley, Marie Mart/na Mountrath. Moss peat . Its place in the national economy.

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Qu/rke, Bernadette Mary

St. Mary' s College, Arklow. The study of a local newly established factory ( Nitrigin Eireann Teo.) Convent of Mercy, Walsh, Doreen Enniscorthy. A survey of Co. Wexford as a tourist centre with reference to: (a) types of tourists; (b) interests of tourists ; ( c) economy of tourism.

Van Eesbeck, Sheila Mary


Geography

Geografiocht

Junior Section-Boys

Stand No. 240 Bentley, Maria Celia

St. Mary's College, Arklow. Economic expansion of Arklow's industries in recent years.

Stand No. 232

233

The King's Hospital, Dublin. The story of coffee, its growth, production and marketing.

Barry, Niall Thomas

Coliiste Chriost Ri Cork. The river Lee and the industries based on it.

St. Flannan's College, Ennis. Finn, Patrick Grass fertilization in dare-potential not realised.

235

FitzGerald, William David

Franciscan College, Gormanston. Co. An estate village (Gormanston. Meath). A local survey embracing the origin, growth, decline and rejuvenation of the village and its present state in relation to the inhabitants, their dwellings, means of livelihood and communication. Gonzaga College, Dublin. To illustrate the changing face of Ireland, as reflected by the distribution of migrant

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Linehan, Gerard Francis

238

Scoil na mBraithre. Loch Garman. Mion-scrOdu ar chomhdhnamh an ithreach i bhior gcomharsanacht Baile Loch Garman.

Geografiocht

248

Wesley College, Dublin. Gilliland, Maureen A study of the Tynagh mines and to investigate their future prospects. Loreto College, Kehoe, Mary Margaret Enniscorthy. The place of greyhounds in the economy, based on a survey in the Enniscorthy area.

249

Knaggs, Elizabeth Helen

250

Senior Section-Girls 239

Loreto College. Enniscorthy. Survey of a farm in order to discover the extent of: (a) agricultural co-operation; (b) adoption of improved farm practices; (c) membership of rural organisations.

Ashmore, Lorna Elizabeth

Loreto Convent, Letterkenny. Afforestation in Donegal and the suitability of the area for this undertaking.

247

Perrette, Eamonn Mary

Geography

Loreto College, Enniscorthy. Mapping on 1" scale to show the extent of Catholic parishes in Co. Wexford and their religious and educational facilities. Convent of Mercy, Colfer, Margaret Carmel Enniscorthy. A study of marine erosion in Ireland. Loreto College, Conlon, Irene Veronica Nth. Great George's St., Dublin. How to alleviate Dublin's traffic problem. Loreto College, Connell, Annette Elizabeth Cavan. A survey of the factors affecting the social change in Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim.

Byrne, Catherine TherasP

Curran, Moira Bridget

Mac Piarais, Sean Gear6%d

Sandymount High School, Dublin. A study of Trade Winds, based on Ferell's Law.

Our Lady's Bower, Athlone.

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birds. 237

Browne, Philomena Dorothy

A social, physical and historical survey of Westport, showing the causes of the decrease in population from 1900 to 1966.

Casey, Patrick Anthony

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252

Wesley College, Dublin. The relationship between geology and land use in certain areas of Kilkenny. Loreto College, Leigh-Doyle, Christine Mary Enniscorthy. A demographic survey of the urban district of Enniscorthy. Clochar Loreto, Meehan, Ann Marie Leitir Ceanainn. Ffis agus dul Chun cian brat urlair i dTir Chonaill. Convent of Mercy, Murphy, Joan Margaret Enniscorthy. A survey of rehabilitation work in Ireland.


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253

N/ Chonchubhair, Leonie Mare Clochar Naomh Lughaidh, Carraig Mhachaire Rois, Scrudu a dht anamh ar giopsaim maidir le: (a) suiomh; (b) comhdheanamh; (c) a dtionchar in eacnamaiocht aitiiil.

254

N/ Fhuathaigh, Carme% SiobhSn

255

Ni Gha//chobhair, Anna M3/re

ColSiste Muire, Bun tSabhairne. Tionchur aoraide, mianrai agus uisce ar fhorbairt cathrach agus tuaithe i leathghaineamhlach san Aris6n. Clochar Loreto, Leitir Ceanainn. Staidear an Oilean Arainn Mhoir. Ard Scoil Naomh Lughaidh, Rathmaoinis, Baile Atha Cliath. Staideargeografach ar uisce.

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N/R/ain, Proinslas

257

No/an, Catherine Mary

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265

Loreto College, Enniscorthy. A survey of labour in Enniscorthy in order to discover the potential supply of skilled or semi-skilled workers for industry in the area.

F.C.J. Convent, Laurel Hill, Limerick. Geological formations in Co. Limerick, illustrated with maps and fossils ( or drawings of fossils ) typical of those found in various strata. Presentation Convent, Tynan, Anne Thurles. A study of the geological structure of the Thurles district.

Thompson, Sylvia Eugenie

Geography

Senior Section-Boys 266

Corry, Geoffrey Alexander

O 'Byrne. Josephine Mary

Convent of Mercy, Enniscorthy. The distribution and uses of diamonds.

O'Connor, Kathleen Frances

267

development. Cregan, Michael

261

O'Keeffe, Patricia Anne

Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. A chemical survey of the geological strata of Kilkenny.

262

Sab/owski, Heidemarie Ruth

263

Sheehan, Frances Marie

268

Cunningham, John David

269

Finn, John

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273

St. Mary's College, Arkiow. A social and cultural survey of Arklow.

Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham, Dublin. To determine how Ballyheigue and Kerry Head would develop if touristic, agricultural and industrial efforts were combined.

Vocational School, Newcastle West.

The historical geography of a declining village.

Scoil Muire New Ross.

A detailed survey of a farm of 140 statute acres, showing and explaining land usage and the changes effected by modern agricultural methods.

Trinity College, Dublin.

A study of the formation of the Bull Island (Dublin Bay) and its possible future

Nolan, Joan

Vocational School, Newcastle West. The historical geography of Newcastle West.

Geografiocht

274

ColaisteJognaid, Galway.

A study of quicksand. St. Flannan's College, Ennis. A study of the Shannon basin drainage. School of Fitzgibbon. Michael Christopher Electrical Engineering, Limerick. A preliminary study of the influence of industrialisation on the distribution of population in Ireland. St. Flannan's College, Ennis. Garry, Edward A study of the distances of pupils from National Schools. St. Flannan's College, Ennis. Holohan, James A study of the occupations and incomes of the Clare rural community. O'Connell Schools, Kirwan, Martin Dublin. By means of a model, to illustrate the position of each planet in the Solar System in relation to the sun. Wesley College, Lauder. Hunt/y St. John Dublin. To illustrate and explain features in the topography of Ireland resulting from the Pleistocene Ice Age.


Stand No.

Stand No.

275

Col3iste Muire 6 Buachalla, Seamus Gea/6%d C.B.S., Muileann Cearr. Staidear ar tionchar beisti agus solus na greine i gceantar locha ar theirgeadh arbhair.

287

Ursuline Convent, Sligo. Lorcain, Cl/ona A/ne Topsy-turvy of topological changes. Making transformations from surfaces with a genus of greater than one.

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6 Giollain, C/oral Seamas

Col3iste Muire C.B.S., Muileann Cearr. Staidear ar thurasbireacht neamhfhorbartha i gCo. na h-larmhi, mar chabhair eacnamaioch don tir. Rockwell College, Cashel. Oxley, Joseph A survey of an ancient monastic site, in relation to its position in the economy of a developing Ireland.

288

Lynch, Mary Catherine

289

Mattimoe, Ann Mary

290

Moreau, Pauline Marie

291

Ard Scoil Naomh N/ Cnochuir, Ma/re Rosati/ Lughaidh, Rathmaoinis, Baile Atha Cliath. "How to lie with statistics."

292

Ard Scoil Naomh Lughaidh, N/ Dhea, Ma/re Br/d Rathmaoinis, Baile Atha Cliath. Mathematical patterns.

293

Clochar N! Ghiolla Bhrfde, Siobhan Assumpta Naomh Lughaidh, Carraic Mhachaire Rbis. Compreid a dhe anamh idir an ceadatfin d'earrai Gaelacha agus d'earral iasachta a shioltar i siopai de shaghasanna eagsula i mbaile sa Ghaeltacht agus baile sa Ghalltacht.

294

Ard Scoil Naomh NI Mhu/rgheasa, Treasa Mare Lughaidh, Rathmaoinis Baile Atha Cliath. The movement of the Earth.

295

Sharkey, Deirdre Patricia

296

Shaw, Mary Olive

297

Stephens, Barbara

298

Loreto College, Cavan. Twomey, Jacinta The examination of converging and diverging series.

277

Mathematics

Matamaitic

Junior Section-Girls Loreto College, Cavan. Brady, Mary A statistical survey of the rise of Irish showbands in the last ten years. Ard Scoil Naomh 279 ^reathnach, Ma/read Mare Lughaidh, Rathmaoinis, Baile Atha Cliath. Transformation of the plane. Colaiste Muire, Ennis. 280 Burke, Mary Teresa Illustrating and testing the importance of mathematics in the art of designing. Convent of Mercy, 281 Egan, Mary Brigid Roscommon. A short method of finding squares, or conversely square roots, of numbers. St. Joseph's Secondary 282 Fay, Winifred Mary School, Newtownforbes. The fundamental group theory presented by generators and relations; application to knot-theoretic invariants. Our Lady's School, 283 Fitzgerald, Patricia Elizabeth Rathnew. 278

Principles of topology.

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St. Joseph's Secondary School, Newtownforbes. Exploration of mathematics in space. Ursuline Convent, Sligo. Glesson, She/la Mary The fixed point theorem illustrated by a surface turned into itself.

Flood, Kathleen Brigid

F.C.J. Convent, Bunclody. A study of some of the different base systems in mathematics and their relationship to the base ten system.

Kennedy, Ellen Teresa

Ursuline Convent, Sligo. To show the possibilities of topological changes in surfaces of the same genus as the doughnut without altering their genus.

St. Joseph's Secondary School, Newtownforbes. To illustrate the mathematical concept of a lattice and its applications. Manor House School, Raheny, Dublin. An attempt to explain data processing.

Manor House School, Raheny, Dublin. A demonstration of simple algebraic expressions. St. Joseph's Secondary School, Newtownforbes. The use of mathematics in aeronautical research.

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Leeson Street, Dublin. A statistical analysis of Irish election results.


Matamaitic

Mathematics

Stand No. Anglim, Margaret Mary

308

Bacon, Margaret Mary

309

Coyle, Joan Bridget

310

Dixon, Margery

Junior Section-Boys Stand No. 299 Cahill, Dec/an Joseph

300

Chanel College, Coolock, Dublin. A simple binary computer which can add (in the binary system) up to 127 + 127. Patrician College, McEvoy, James Gerard Ballyfin.

To show that mathematics , mathematical shapes and sets are found in all God's creations.

Mathematics

Matamaitic

311

Senior Section-Girls 301

St. Joseph's Secondary School, Newtownforbes. To exploit the use of nets in mathematics.

Shaw, Rita Philomena

Mathematics

Matamaitic

312

Longworth, Thomas John

Marist College, Athlone.

An electronic machine capable of adding and subtracting, illustrating the fundamentals of a computer.

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Colaiste Muire, C.B.S., Muileann Cearr. Staidoar ar ardmhatamaitic na mbeach, mar a Ieiritear i ma gcuid oibre. Synge Street. C B.S., Phillips, Michael Hilary Dublin. Flexagons. An analysis of the hexaflexagon theory. The High School, Reynolds, Richard Anthony 6 Cearnaigh, Diarmuid

Notre Dame Des Missions, Churchtown, Dublin. To test the moisture sensitivity of different hairs. Our Lady's School, Donovan, Marjorie Rathnew. The construction of a piece of apparatus to measure the tensile strength of light fibres and to compare the strength of different fibres. Scoil Muire, Cork. Hegarty, Eileen Sheila Some simple experiments in photography.

314

Lawlor, Mary Patricia

315

Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. Loughman, Eileen Facets of energy as seen by a schoolgirl.

316

Ard Scoil Naomh LughN/Dhubada, Cr/st/nA/ne aidh, Rathmaoinis, Baile Atha Cliath. To investigate the relationship, if any, between temperature, pressure, humidity and wind velocity in the atmosphere.

317

Ni Fhril, N6ra /dine

Dominican Convent, Sion Hill, Blackrock. The effect of temperature on the electrical resistance of various metals.

Clochar Loreto Baile na nGalloglach. Modhanna iompair anuas frid na h-aoiseanna agus na prionsabail eolaiochta ba bhun leo.

Fisic

Physics

Junior Section-Girls 306

Dominican Convent, Ballyfermot Dublin. Simple experiments on sound.

Loreto Convent, Kilkenny. Hogan, Margot The development of lighting through the ages.

Harcourt Street, Dublin. Mathematical logic.

Physics

Our Lady's School, Templeogue, Dublin. A survey of weather forecasting.

313

Senior Section-Boys 302

Convent of Mercy, Spanish Point, Application of Ohm's Law to the construction of a simple calculator.

307

Andreucetti, Linda Maria

Junior Section-Boys

Dominican Convent, Dun Laoghaire.

To show that white light is made up of a number of different components and to investigate the results obtained by passing light through filters of various colours.

Fisic

318

Moyle Park College, Clondalkin. Galvin, Kevin Hydro-dynamics. To demonstrate the possibility of constructing a sub-aqua glider.


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St. Conleth's College, Ballsbridge , Dublin. To illustrate the distortions that are caused when the more common kinds of simple convex lenses are used as photographic lenses and how these distortions can be corrected. St. Joseph's C.B.S., Mernagh, Edwin Henry Fairview, Dublin. To examine the spectra of various substances i n their different forms, and to draw conclusions from this examination. St. Vincent's C.B.S., Murtagh, Anthony Joseph Glasnevin, Dublin. Research into the possibility of generating electricity by means of photo-voltaic cells on a domestic scale and adaptable to the Irish climate. Terenure College, O'Brien, Pascha/ Peter Dublin.

Senior Section-Girls Stand No.

324

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Colaiste lognaid, Gaillimh. O'Broin, Seoirse To illustrate the working of a heat pump by means of a model. Colaiste lognaid, d Co//a, M/chea/ Proins/s Gaillimh. To illustrate the principles involved in the development of methods of obtaining fresh water from the sea. Colaiste lognfiid 6 Drisceoi/, Diarmuid Michea/ Gaillimh. An prionsabal imchoimefid Moimintum a Ieiriu. 6 Laoghaire, Sean Padhraig Colaiste Gail. logrimid, A study of the factors involved in yacht design.

327

O'Neill, Saamas Peter

328

Rabbett, Stephen

Cashman, Clare

333

Fitzpatrick, Margaret Mary

334

Flanagan, Ann Ester

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Higgins, Valerie Anne

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Colaiste lognaid, Gaillimh.

Space flight and communications.

331

Young, George Patrick A study of heat.

Terenure CDolllege, lin.

Loreto Convent, Mullingar. Experiments with syphons.

Ursuline Convent, Sligo. The interchangeable guises of energy. Dominican Convent, Ryan, Nerys Dun Laoghaire. A study of the moon and what has been achieved to put man there.

Fisic

Senior Section-Boys 337

Mountjoy School, Clontarf, Dublin. To investigate the r elationship between resistance and tempe rature of an electrical conductor and to sho w that, at a sufficient.ly low temperature, the conductor becomes superconduct ive.

Bridges, Derek Kenneth

Belvedere College, Dublin. An investigation of the hydrogen spectrum in an effort to ascertain the values of the energy levels of the hydrogen atom.

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Buckley, Brian Denis

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Da/y, Edward Leslie

340

Fo/an, Enda Patrick

Carmelite College, Moate. Ryan, John A study of the Coanda effect or "tea pot" effect. Stafford, Ruair/ Tomas

F.C.J. Convent, Bunclody. A study of surface tension and some of its practical applications in everyday life.

Physics

gallMaia a CDulege, Magnetism for mankind. Christian Brothers College, St. Patrick's Place, Cork. How atomic energy is produced and used.

Convent of the Sacred Heart of Mary, Ferrybank, Waterford. To demonstrate the principle of a machine invented by the exhibitor.

332

Steam and its uses. 323

Fisic

Physics

Stand No. 319 Hassett, Sean

Gonzaga College,

Dublin. The Doppler effect of wave motion. A study of the theory and practical applications of the Doppler effect. Colaiste lognaid, Gaillimh. Modified Hele-Shaw apparatus , to demonstrate, in a sheet of water, flow patterns around solid objects.


Stand No. 341

Foley, John Brian Some rockets.

De La Salle College, Churchtown, Dublin. uses of artificial satellites and

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Griffin, Mar/in

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Hard/man, Kevin Eugene

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Matthews, James William

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O Cuinn, Ian Padhraig

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St. Conleth's College, Ballsbridge, Dublin. To illustrate the Law of the Lever by a survey of artificial limbs, with particular reference to the lower limbs. Cistercian College, R oscrea. The construction of a light modulator and how it can be used to transmit voice signals over short distances.

The King's Hospital, D u bli n. To demonstrate some properties of static electricity by means of a home-made Van de Graff machine.

Colaiste lognaid, G a illi m h . A leiriu le cabhair tollan gaoithe an tionchar a bhionn ag sruth aeir ar cruthanna airithe. O'%Vei/l, Brian Rockwell College, Cashel.

Wind speed from an armchair, using a wind-propelled dynamo and a galvonometer. O'Regan, Michael Gerard St. Finbarr's College, F arran fe rr i s. Gases-a source of energy.

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Colaiste lognaid, G a illi m h .

An speictreascbp a leiriu agus e a usaid ar bhealaigh eagsula.

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O'Sullivan, Dermot Michael

Moyle Park College, Cl on d a lki n.

By polarisation of light to devise a nonglare headlamp system for night driving. O Tuathaigh, Daithi Geardid Colaiste lognaid, Gaillimh .

A study of light. Sheridan, Wallace Patrick

Clongowes Wood College, Naas.

An investigation into the effect that length, width, air pressure and other factors have on the tone and pitch of sound produced by an organ pipe. By using an oscilliscope to determine the maximum width, theoretical and practical, at which an organ pipe will function.

The Sackville Press. Dublin


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