Category Archives: TY2014

TY2014: My week in UCC

Samara Davis, Wesley College,  Dublin My favourite part of the week was all the experiments and practicals we did. We went to lectures for a lot of the week but experiments and practicals were a big part of what we … Continue reading

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TY2014: Rain, Rain….

Milo Moran, Colaiste Daibheid, Sawmill St, Cork Our week at the School of BEES here at UCC has been enjoyable, and very interesting, even if it wasn’t exactly life changing.  We all learned what it is like to study here … Continue reading

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TY2014: A packed week!

Dara O’Connor – Coláiste Choilm, Cork. On Monday we started the course in the Ted Neville laboratory where we received an introduction from Professor John O’Halloran. Then we had to introduce ourselves to the rest of the class. Then we … Continue reading

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TY2014: We Aren’t Trying To Destroy The World, Promise!

Hannah Plover- Coláiste Muire, Crosshaven So today during a media and science lecture we were given the arduous task of writing a small blog about our experience here at BEES. So I will apologise in a advance for what will … Continue reading

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TY2014: BEES transition year programme

Eilis Kinsella, Christ king secondary school, Cork. The thing I enjoyed most in my week in UCC was going up to the main UCC campus. We were shown around the library by the librarian and she showed us all the … Continue reading

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TY2014: Plants can help solve environmental and climate change problems

Sophie Healy-Thow, Kinsale Community School I partook in the BEES Transition Year course to find out if I was sure I wanted to go down the path of science as my career option. I thought the course would give me … Continue reading

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TY2014: What I want to BEES

Naoise Fitzgerald Coláiste Croíst Rí Over the last week I have been doing a week of my work experience in the School of BEES, UCC which is located at the old north mall distillery in in Cork city. I have … Continue reading

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TY2014: TY Bees Programme… The Highlights!!!!

Nicole O’Flynn, Saint Angela’s, Cork. Participating in the UCC BEES TY programme has been great! It was great to sample all the different aspects of the course and get an idea of what things interest me. One of the highlights … Continue reading

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TY2014: “Busy at BEES”

JOSEPHINE ROGERS , COLASITE MHUIRE CROSSHAVEN CO CORK I honestly didn’t think I would enjoy myself on this course as much as I did. At the very start I was nervous enough about what we would be doing because I … Continue reading

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TY2014: My week at BEES

Lillias Healy, St. Angela’s College, Cork     My week here at BEES in UCC was better than I could have expected.  I came only interested in zoology but then was exposed to a whole verity of sciences. My favourite things … Continue reading

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