The Finalists of the National Science + Engineering Competition 2013/14 have been announced, with over 200 projects being invited to showcase their work to judges and over 70,000 people at The Big Bang Fair in March 2014.Meet the Finalists >>
The Ugly Animal Preservation Society and the National Science + Engineering Competition have announced that the blobfish has been voted as the ugliest animal in the world after a global campaignMeet the ugliest animal >>
The Competition team has been touring The Big Bang Near Me Fairs and asking young people to ask James May science and engineering questions. James answers his favourite on the Head Squeeze YouTube Channel.Can my dog understand me? >>
Astronaut Major Tim Peake answers your questions about space!Watch his answers now >>
Use the Challenge Pack to support students in creating a science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM) project that they can enter into the National Science Engineering Competition.Challenge Pack >>
The National Science + Engineering Competition is open to all 11-18 year olds living in the UK and in full-time education. The Competition aims to recognise and reward young people's achievements in all areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
The Competition is open for entries from Jan - October each year, through either Regional Heats or Online Applications. The chosen Finalists are invited to showcase their work to thousands of people at The Big Bang Fair in March.
Entry is now closed for the 2013/14 Competition.