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Westmeath Students Scoop Overall Group Award At Young Scientist Exhibition

Over 1,000 students participated in the 57th edition of the competition.

Three Westmeath students are the group winners at this year's BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition.

Abby Mullins, Chloe Murphy and Megan Carroll from Moate Community School have received the Best Overall Group award and a cheque for €4,400.

Over 1,000 students participated in the 57th edition of the competition - held virtually for the first time this year - with 17 year old Gregory Tarr from Bandon, Co. Cork winning  the overall individual award for developing software to detect deepfake videos.

TY student Abby Mullins explains their project - 'Wool - Savior of Our Sea':

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Congratulations to Best Overall Group Abby Mullins, Chloe Murphy & Megan Carroll @ Moate Community School Westmeath #BTYSTE #BeyondLimits

Posted by BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition on Friday, 8 January 2021

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