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BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE)

Every year we have a stand at the BTYSTE (BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition)


BTYSTE 2022 takes place from January 12th to 14th. The Teagasc Virtual Stand can be visited at BTYSTE 2022 here during those dates. 

Teagasc Prize

We also have a Teagasc prize, 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.

View previous winners:

2021 - Cian Walsh, a transition year student at St. Brogan's College, Kilbrogan, Bandon, Co. Cork,  Cian’s project looked at the social, economic and environmental benefits and drawbacks of growing hemp

2020‘Herbal Leys – Milk Production for the Future’

2019 - Freshgraze – Westmeath student Charlie Drumm 

2018 - Feeding 9.6 billion people by 2050 – the effects of Pseudomonas flourescens L321 endophyte on enhancing barley crop yield’.

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To attend BTYSTE

Education at Teagasc

Teagasc offers education programmes that can help you to develop your career in agriculture, horticulture, equine and forestry. View flyer Teagasc BTYSTE Education 2022 (PDF) 
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. 

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. View research flyer Teagasc BTYSTE Research 2022 (PDF)