CTVR will be present at the BT Young Scientist Exhibition next year, as part of the Science Foundation of Ireland’s stand. Staff & researchers from CTVR will be on hand to chat with the public about the important work ongoing within CTVR from 9.30 am to 2.30pm on Saturday, January 15th.
We are presenting early outcomes from a current workshop series entitled ‘Imagining the Internet’, and will be inviting the public to get involved in making an analogue visualization of invisible digital frequencies, with the help of detektors, developed by Martin Howse & Shintaro Miyazaki.
We also be presenting The Resistors! feature film & website, an animated TV series developed by CTVR to communicate discoveries in Science & Engineering through storytelling.
Here’s what the official website says about the BT Young Scientist Exhibition:
“In its 47th year the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition is much more than a competition; it is an unforgettable experience of a lifetime for the students who take part. The exhibition itself is the final stage in the competition which is open to all second level students from Ireland, both North and South. As well as the 520 student projects on display, there are a further four exhibition halls filled with science and technology based exhibits and entertainment, making it a thrilling event for those who enter and for general visitors too.”
The Science Foundation of Ireland will have a presence at the BT Young Scientist Exhibition from the 12th to the 15th.