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Saturday 10 October 2015

Taking centre stage at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2012

Published 31/01/2012

The winners of the 48th annual BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2012 have been announced marking another great year for the Northern Ireland finalists who scooped top awards at the exhibition.

Now it’s the turn of the Belfast Telegraph BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2012 Video Diary finalists to be in with a chance to win another amazing prize.

Four Northern Ireland schools who qualified for the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2012 entered and were selected for the Belfast Telegraph BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition Video Diary initiative last December. The schools were given a video recorder to record their preparations and experience of the exhibition to create a Student Diary.

The participating schools, Wellington College, Loreto Grammar School Omagh, St Louis GS Kilkeel, and Abbey Christian Brothers Newry have now submitted their video diary entries which recorded their overall experience of having qualified as a finalist for the world leading event.

A judging panel will now choose the overall best video diary entry in early February and the winning school will be awarded with an iPad.

For more information on the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition; log onto, check out, follow on twitter at or call 0800 917 1297.

Wellington College, Belfast

Wellington College Belfast at the show

St Louis GS, Kilkeel

Loreto Grammar School, Omagh

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