Royal Society of Biology: Photography Competition
Added: April 30 2021
‘Interconnected’ is the theme of this year’s Royal Society of Biology Photography Competition. Life on Earth is connected and this year we invite you to capture these interactions. Your photograph could depict the relationships between living things or of a living thing with its environment. You could also consider the exchanges between different species, such as mutualistic or parasitic behaviours. Photographer of the Year (18 and over) - £1,000 top prize
Added: April 29 2021
CanSat is a European Space Agency competition, providing practical experience of working on a real space project. The winner is invited to compete in the European CanSat competition. A CanSat is a simulation of a real satellite, integrated within the volume and shape of a soft drink can. The challenge is to fit all the major subsystems into this minimal volume.
The Armourers and Brasiers Tata Sixth Form Materials Prize
Added: April 29 2021
The aim of the Armourers and Brasiers Tata Sixth Form Materials Prize is to give students structured opportunities to find out about materials science and engineering outside their normal lessons. It requires students to make a sustained commitment to learning about materials throughout year 12. The timing of the project is such that materials science is fresh in the minds of the participants at a crucial time, when they make their course choices and start the UCAS application process.
Schools Grant Scheme
Added: November 20 2019
Grants of up to £600 for projects, events and activities that promote a greater interest in physics and engineering in young people. They particularly encourage applications for projects that look at: particle physics, astronomy, space and nuclear physics, energy, transport, information and communications, design and promotion and built environment. Deadlines for applications: 1 February (for projects taking place in the following summer term),1 June (for projects taking place in the following autumn term), 1 November (for projects taking place in the following spring term).
Added: September 03 2018
An exciting new challenge for pupils aged 8-14 years to develop solutions to the problems caused by plastic waste globally.Pupils investigate the properties of plastics then find solutions to problems caused by plastic waste globally. The challenge can be used flexibly as part of the formal science and design and technology curriculum in the UK, or to run a STEM club or enrichment day. This challenge can be used to gain a CREST Award. For more information please visit their website.
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