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Congratulations!

Date: July 9, 2019

Congratulations!

Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Competition 2019

We are pleased to announce the following ten prizes for the Big Bang Competition (formerly National Science + Engineering Competition). Each of these projects will be competing in the national finals in Birmingham next March.

Air Products Protecting the Environment Prize

School: St Wilfrid’s Catholic School

Project: Simply Solar

 

Avensys Limited Enthusiasm Award

School: Sir Robert Woodard Academy

Project: Decoding the Genome of the Human Whipworm

 

Edwards Prize for Technology

School: Tanbridge House School

Project: PUDS (Personal Ultraviolet Detection System)

 

Eurotherm by Schneider Electric Prize for Commercial Potential

School: Hurstpierpoint College

Project: Coagulation & Flocculation

 

GSK Prize for Chemistry

School: Howard of Effingham

Project: Animal Diabetes

 

IMechE Award for Engineering Design

School: BHASVIC

Project: Reduce surface water runoff by incorporating SuDS

 

IoP Prize for Physics

School: PACA

Project: Building cities for the future

 

L3 Commercial Training Solutions Prize for Mechanical Engineering

School: Maidstone Grammar School

Project: Emergency service accessible speed bumps

 

Lego Learning Prize for Robotics

School: PACA

Project: Drones for crocodiles

 

Photek Prize for Research

School: Hurstpierpoint College

Project: Coagulation & Flocculation

 

Ricardo Prize for Innovation and Technology

School: Uckfield College

Project: Autonomous vehicle

 

Police Cyber Crime Team Prize for Data Analysis

School: St Wilfrid’s Catholic School

Project: LitPro

 

STEM Sussex STEM Club of the Year

School: Ratton School

Projects: The effect water pollution has on the food chain, Shield Smashers, Microplastic alternatives and their effect on Marine life, Investigating the height of different types of rockets

 

ThermoFisher Prize for Civil Engineering

School: Sutton High School

Project: Exercise equipment

 

University of Sussex Diversity in STEM Award

School: Sir Robert Woodard Academy

Project: Decoding the Genome of the Human Whipworm

 

West Sussex County Council Award for Entrepreneurialism

School: Howard of Effingham

Project: Animal Diabetes

 

Crawley Borough Council Prize for Creativity

School: Regis School

Project: Stealthy materials – which object is most invisible to radars?

 

Thales Prize for Coding

School: Maidstone Grammar School

Project: Lektier – The modern Day Planner

 

CGG Prize for Mathematics

School: Bohunt School Liphook

Project: Testing the memory skills of hamsters

 

Junior Science – Runner up

School: Regis School

Project: Hard or soft water?

 

Junior Science – Winner

School: Regis School

Project: Why should we wash our hands?

 

Junior Engineering – Runner up

School: PACA

Project: Drones for crocodiles

 

Junior Engineering –Winner

School: Regis School

Project: Can my hamster power a light bulb?

 

Intermediate Science – Runner up

School: Bohunt School Liphook

Project: Testing the memory skills of hamsters

 

Intermediate Science – Winner

School: PACA

Project: Spices for dyes!

 

Intermediate Engineering – Runner up

School: Sutton High School

Project: Exercise equipment

 

Intermediate Engineering – Winner

School: PACA

Project: M & M Cylinders

 

Senior Science – Runner up and the Winner

School: Howard of Effingham

Project: Animal Diabetes

 

Senior Engineering – Runner up and the Winner

School: St Wilfrid’s Catholic School

Project: M.I.R.A.

 

Gatwick Airport South East Young Engineer of the Year:

School: Hurstpierpoint College

Project: Coagulation & Flocculation

 

Gatwick Airport South East Young Scientist of the Year:

School: St Wilfrid’s Catholic School

Project: Plastic Pilot

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