A student from Roscommon Community College is part of the winning group in the annual BT Young Scientist Business Bootcamp.
The boot camp encourages further innovation amongst BT young scientists and technologists, providing them with commercial skills to carry into their future careers.
Sean Allen, a 5th year student with Roscommon Community College won the best group project with five other students from across the country for their work on NutriSoil.
Sean was project lead who entered NutriSoil into the annual Young Scientist competition in Dublin in January.
The project examines the long-term effects of a more sustainable method of keeping nutrients in the soil as an alternative to artificially made granules.