Do you have big ideas to solve real issues in science and engineering? If you do then why not start working on a project for The Big Bang Competition?
Taking part in the UK’s top STEM competition for young people is a brilliant way to get find inspiration to think big and show your passion.
The Competition will open for entries in the coming weeks, and we can’t wait to see young people’s amazing ideas. Entries will close on 30 March at 5pm so you’ve got plenty of time to start a project!
Plus – build a STEM project in easy step-by-steps with The Big Bang Challenge!
The Big Bang Challenge is an inspiring project resource for students aged 11 to 18, of all abilities, to guide them through the stages of STEM project work.
Whether you have hours, days or even weeks to work on a project, there’s so much to get stuck in with, and practise working like a STEM professional. Young people can build on existing ideas to create their own unique project ready to enter into The Competition.
Along the way, you can receive certificates and virtual badges to celebrate your progress and work towards a special award in The Competition where you could get recognised by real STEM professionals.
Looking for inspiration?
If you’re ready to think big, develop ideas and solve problems, then it’s time for you to create a project on a subject you love! Whether you’re interested in improving our mental well-being, exploring extra-terrestrial, or creating sustainable solutions – you can get inspired with previous projects on The Big Bang Project Gallery.
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