Henry Roth, an 18 year old National Science + Engineering Competition winner from Hampshire, has found a better screening process for sudden cardiac death in black athletes.Meet Henry >>
The National Science + Engineering Competition is on the search for budding young scientists and engineers, aged 11-18, from across the UK.Meet the winners 2014 >>
The UK Young Scientists of the Year, Ameeta and Aneeta Kumar, have won a prize at the European Union Contest for Young Scientists in Poland.Read more >>
Holly Giles, a finalist at the National Science + Engineering Competition 2014, gives her verdict on the National Finals at The Big Bang Fair.Read Holly's blog >>
Three of the 2014 Finalists featured on Channel 4's Sunday Brunch alongside Simon Watt.Finalists on Sunday Brunch >>
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 heats at selected Big Bang Near Me Fairs or our online heats. The chosen Finalists are invited to showcase their work to thousands of people at The Big Bang Fair in March.
Entry is now open for the 2014/15 Competition.