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Northern Irelands Largest Science Fair Sentinus Young Innovators Exhibition Returns to the Odyssey as Rebecca McCullough Antrim Primary school withe their Space Explorers Mission to Mars project where they designed built and tested a Rover that could survive on Mars. They joined Hundreds of school children from across the island of Ireland who gathered today to showcase their innovative projects in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) at the Sentinus Young Innovators Exhibition held at the Odyssey Arena.
Photo by Aaron McCracken/Harrisons 07778373486

Northern Irelands Largest Science Fair Sentinus Young Innovators Exhibition Returns to the Odyssey as Rebecca McCullough Antrim Primary school withe their Space Explorers Mission to Mars project where they designed built and tested a Rover that could survive on Mars. They joined Hundreds of school children from across the island of Ireland who gathered today to showcase their innovative projects in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) at the Sentinus Young Innovators Exhibition held at the Odyssey Arena. Photo by Aaron McCracken/Harrisons 07778373486

Antrim Primary School pupil, Rebecca McCullough with the Space Explorers Mission to Mars project, where they designed, built and tested a Rover that could surive on Mars.

Local pupils came together for Northern Ireland’s Largest Science Fair Sentinus Young Innovators Exhibition Returns to the Odyssey

 

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