THE Irish News has teamed up with BT to offer one lucky class the opportunity to win a day trip to the spectacular BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition in Dublin next month.
BT is the organiser and sponsor of the exhibition that aims to spark the magic of science, technology, engineering and maths into classrooms.
The event is taking place on Thursday January 10 at the RDS and will provide budding scientists a platform to showcase their talents.
Irish News marketing manager John Brolly said the competition would make learning fun. "The Irish News is delighted to link up with BT to allow a class experience what is a truly amazing exhibition. It offers schools the perfect opportunity to allow pupils discover the magic of science, technology, engineering and maths in an interactive and exciting way from their peers. This will inspire pupils to think differently about these subjects at school and give them the imagination to create their own projects so they can in the future possibly exhibit themselves
Peter Morris, corporate services director at BT said: "The vision of the exhibition founders and BT has become a reality - raising awareness of the sciences, unearthing new ideas, giving young people a platform to shine and showing the island of Ireland's scientific skills at international competitions."
Over the last two weeks a series of questions appeared daily in The Irish News.
To be in with the chance of winning this amazing prize for your school, just answer seven of the twelve questions correctly and send to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday December 17
The list of all 12 questions are repeated below: