3 Stratford students, 3 projects in the 2023 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition
This year Stratford College has three students who will be competing with their individual projects in the 2023 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition from Wednesday 11th January to Saturday 14th January. This is a fantastic achievement!
We have two third year students – Joseph Mudrak and Liam Fuller – who are competing for the first time; and we have Ayush Tambde in 6th year who is competing for the fourth time in a row (having won 4 prizes in the last two years).
Joseph is learning Japanese and has developed a hybrid Japanese typewriter that can print Japanese characters to a printer. There are still some industries that use typewritten documentation, e.g. insurance. You’ll be able to try it out for yourself at the BTYSTE! [Intermediate Technology category]
Liam’s project is to commercialise robotic arms so that smaller companies can use 3D printed robotic arms to automate their manufacturing. Liam has created a robotic arm with servo motors! [Intermediate Technology category]
Ayush’s project models and simulates the mechanisms of cancerous breast cells to see how they change using quantum computing, and more critically how to control them. [Senior Ecological and Biological category]
We wish each of them the very best of luck this week – they have done us proud already.
TYs arrive in Delphi to more glorious sunshine
The TYs headed off to Delphi Activity Centre in Co. Galway on Tuesday, 12th September amidst huge excitement. The weather is proving to be glorious making all the outdoor activities even more special!Read more →
Stratford College Open Day, Sunday 10th September 2023
Stratford College hosted our annual open day on Sunday 10th September.
Students, teachers, ancillary and administrative staff greeted the hundreds of visitors, including current and prospective families.Read more →