BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE)
Every year we have a stand in the ‘World of Science and Technology’ building, you can meet Teagasc Research, Education and Advisory staff and participate in hands-on experiments and activities.
Visit the Teagasc Virtual Stand at BTYSTE 2021 here
We also have a Teagasc prize that is awarded to the student project in the main exhibition area that best demonstrates a thorough understanding of the science of agricultural or food production, or the use of science to improve technologies available to agricultural or food production.
Education at Teagasc
Teagasc colleges are strategically located and deliver a wide range of Level 5 and Level 6 courses in agriculture, horticulture, equine and forestry. The colleges also collaborate with a number of third level institutions in the delivery of Higher Level courses in agriculture and horticulture.
See more information about education at Teagasc below;
For post-graduate opportunities please view the Walsh Scholarships programme.
The Walsh Scholarships programme is one of Teagasc’s most important programmes and provides up to 50 Scholarships each year, mainly at PhD level, to graduates to undertake postgraduate research in agriculture, food, environmental science, agri-food economics, rural development, horticulture, and other related disciplines.
To find out more about the Walsh Scholarships programme, read article below - post-graduate opportunities (PDF)
Research at Teagasc
Teagasc is the leading organisation in the fields of agriculture and food research in Ireland. The research we undertake covers four programme areas: Animal and Grassland Research and Innovation; Crops, Environment and Land Use; Food; and Rural Economy and Development. Read more about our research or listen here to The Research Field podcast.
Walsh Scholars: The Next Generation
Walsh Scholars: The Next Generation is a showcase of Teagasc’s leading postgraduate agri-food research. Find out who our 2020 Walsh Scholars Gold Medal and Alum Award winners were. Learn about the Walsh Scholarships Programme and Alumni Network. Hear about some of the fascinating studies by final year Scholars. The Next Generation
Science Week 2020
The core theme for Science Week 2020 was ‘Science Week - Choosing our Future’ focusing on how science can improve our lives in the future, and in the present. This explored how science can help us to make positive choices that will impact the environment, our health, and our quality of life. Check out the events for #FESTFARMFOOD 2020 available now on our Youtube channel.