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Big Bang Digital is back in 2021, even bigger and better and this year we're focusing on how we can build a brighter and greener future using science, technology, engineering and maths – a future that will be in the hands of the brilliant young people who are studying the subjects right now.
In 2020 we delivered Big Bang Digital 2020 – science, engineering & Covid-19 celebrating the amazing work of scientists and engineers in a pandemic, giving an inspirational and uplifting look at the essential role of science and engineering in a pandemic.
The event was watched live by almost 28,000 viewers and viewed by up to 50,000 young people including 4,773 British Sign Language viewers across 24 hours.
The Big Bang Competition recognises and rewards young people’s science and engineering project work and identifies the GSK UK Young Engineer and GSK UK Young Scientist of the Year.
From a low-cost, flat-pack 3D printer; an app that helps people escape safely from fires to an investigation into new ways of separating ‘Mirror Image Molecules’, the science and engineering work carried out by these young people is quite simply awe-inspiring.
Previous winners have gone on to represent the UK in international competitions; to study STEM at the highest levels; to work in some of our biggest engineering companies; and to set up their own businesses.
Big Bang at School supports teachers to bring some Big Bang magic to their school and host an inspiring STEM day filled with amazing new activities. We’ve filled our 30 spots for this year, but we go again in September.