CONFERENCES

Our conferences are an ideal opportunity for IRIS students to share their research with their peers from other schools and the wider academic community.

 

The experience strengthens self-confidence, builds communication skills and fosters collaboration with like-minded individuals.

Held in the spring, our regional conferences are an opportunity for young researchers to exhibit artefacts and present their findings. Select students are invited to share their artefacts with a VIP audience from the UK’s scientific community at our prestigious Summer Showcase.

 

Have you got research to share?

 

While most students that take part in our conferences have worked on IRIS projects, we extend the opportunity to young researchers outside IRIS who have something impressive to share.  If you are a young researcher aged 14 to 18 and have an outstanding project, please get in touch.

 

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IRIS Virtual Conference
2020-2021

 

Our 2020-21 conference was held virtually, due to COVID-19. The online format was a huge success, allowing students to get involved and share their research despite restrictions. 

Top research presentations

from the 2020-21 academic year

 

 

Asker videregående skole – Tracking Thwaites glacier 05:21 MINUTES
Asker videregående skole – Tracking Thwaites glacier 05:21 MINUTES
Liverpool Life Sciences UTC – Can mealworms digest plastic waste?07:00 MINUTES
Liverpool Life Sciences UTC – Can mealworms digest plastic waste?07:00 MINUTES
Bohunt Sixth Form – O-rich evolved stars and planetary nebulae06:55 MINUTES
Bohunt Sixth Form – O-rich evolved stars and planetary nebulae06:55 MINUTES
Lady Eleanor Holles School – Personal assitant app for dementia08:36 MINUTES
Lady Eleanor Holles School – Personal assitant app for dementia08:36 MINUTES
The Ladies College Guernsey – Trees – Planting a legacy for the future08:36 MINUTES
The Ladies College Guernsey – Trees – Planting a legacy for the future08:36 MINUTES

Top posters
of all time

 

 

Subject: Analysis of infrared spectra to classify sources, and identify targets for James Webb telescope
School: Goldolphin and Latymer

Subject: Getting the scoop on vanilloids
School: Camborne Science and International Academy

Subject: Investigating distribution and transfer of ocean plastics through tropic levels
School: Camborne Science and International Academy

Subject: Penguin poo from space
School: Stirling High School

Subject: Personal assitant app for dementia
School: Lady Eleanor Holles School

Subject: Tracking Thwaites glacier
School: Asker videregående skole

Subject: An Analysis of Planetary Nebulae and the Location of Their Turning Points
School: Bohunt Sixth Form