The BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) is one of Ireland’s premiere science education events, welcoming thousands of pupils to the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) each year to spark their interest in all things scientific.

INFOMAR will be present in the EcoZone as part of the Geological Survey Ireland (GSI) stand and will offer an interactive experience for children, parents, students and teachers. The stand is a joint effort among the Geoscience community including the Marine Institute (MI), the Irish Geological Association (IGA), Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies (DIAS), the National Museum of Ireland (NMI) and the Petroleum Affairs Division (PAD).


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The GSI sponsors the Geological Survey Ireland BTYSTE Award which is presented to the project that makes the best use of geological data and techniques.

The 55th Exhibition promises to showcase the creativity and talent of Ireland’s youth and will offer visitors the chance to experience spectacular science shows and interactive technological demonstrations. 

Learn more about BTYSTE.