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Big Bang UK Young Scientists & UK Young Engineers Competition 2017: Congratulations Winners!
March 29th 2017

Big Bang UK Young Scientists & UK Young Engineers Competition 2017: Congratulations Winners!

The winners list for The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Competition is online!

We would like to congratulate everyone who entered this year’s competition. There was a plethora of prodigious pupil projects, posters and presentations and the concepts, thoughts and ideas excited the expert panel of judges.

The future for the next STEM generation is dazzling!

Click here for the full list of winners…


As the Semi-Final of the competition takes place annually at The Big Bang North West, we would like to give a special mention to the winners from our region:

The Air Products- Protecting the Environment Prize
Project: ECO Brick
Entrant: James Millington
School: Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School

AVEVA’s Innovation In Technology Award
Project: Speaking Signs
Entrant: Emma Doherty
School: Loreto Grammar School

Intermediate Engineering Runner Up
Project: John – A Fully Automated Litter Picking Robot
Entrant: Andrew Wang
School: The Manchester Grammar School

Intermediate Engineering Runner Up
Project: The Desktop Workshop Combination 3D Printer/CNC Milling Machine; Print Plastics; Mill Metals & Cut Circuit boards
Entrant: Josh Mitchell
School: Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School

Senior Engineering Runner Up
Project: Level Monitoring in Effluent Tanks
Entrants: Holly Bennett, Hala Kawa and Gwyneth Spence
School: Alderley Edge School for Girls

Well done to all, you are inspirational. We can’t wait to receive your projects for 2018!

Enter The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & UK Young Engineers Competition 2018, you could be showcasing your projects at The Big Bang North West 2017! Click here to find out more…

The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Competition aims to recognise and reward young people’s achievements in all areas of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and provide them with the opportunity to build their skills and confidence in project-based work.

The Big Bang Competition offers opportunities for more young people than ever to showcase their STEM projects and recognise and reward their achievements. It’s open to all UK residents in full-time education or training (year group 7-13 and Scottish/NI equivalent). More…

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