We are delighted to announce the winners of this years’ Aspire to Engineer competition
The theme this year was Genetic Engineering, and first prize went Edgbaston High School for Girls who won a class experience with the Natural History Museum. Their Year 6 team particularly impressed our judging panel though the innovative way they demonstrated how genetic engineering can be made accessible to a younger group through their playground fair.
Runner-up prizes go to Bedford Free School, The Judd School and The Compton School, all who win a virtual interview with world leading scientists Gebisa Ejeta, Dr Kathy Niakan and Professor Madeleine Van Oppen.
You can listen to our experts debate Genetic Engineering at last summer’s BBC World Service panel discussion.
Aspire to Engineer, is brought to you by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851. Its mission is to increase the means of industrial education and extend the influence of science and art upon productive industry. Find out all about them here: royalcommission1851.org.