Mark Wood, Schools and Corporate Citizenship Manager at Siemens – who are supporting the new technology stream - commented: “We are delighted to continue to work with The Big Bang Competition as a catalyst to inspire and aspire the next generation. Technology is going to solve the global issues we all face now and in the future so it is essential to get young people interested and passionate about these topics and to encourage them to be creative and think big. We are in their hands, and we are excited to work with the next generation to empower them to make our everyday a better place for everyone.”
The winners of The Competition will be announced at an awards ceremony at the incredible Big Bang Fair, returning to the NEC in Birmingham from Wednesday 19 June to Friday 21 June 2024.
On attending last year’s final, teacher Neil Wright from William Farr CofE Comprehensive School, said "Students had a genuine pride in themselves and their achievement - they had mixed with the best, been treated as professionals and proved to themselves that they could do it.”
The Big Bang Competition is open for entries until 27 March 2024 at 5pm.