#Competitions

New £10k grant celebrates female-founded or led engineering organisations

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To celebrate this years International Women in Engineering Day on 23rd June, London-based manufacturing specialist Get It Made have unveiled a £10k grant for female-founded or led engineering organisations. Today only 12% of the engineering industry, and 25% of the manufacturing industry are women. In a bid to...

New Student Competition set to improve the construction industry

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A new student competition (which is free to enter) is trying to improve the construction industry and built environment. The COINS Grand Challenge is organised by global construction software company, COINS, who develop technology for the construction industry. The annual competition wants to kickstart innovation in construction...

Arkwright Scholar wins Aerospace Challenge.

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We were thrilled to hear about our ERA Arkright Scholar - Mridhula - winning last years Schools’ Aerospace Challenge. The ‘Born to Engineer’ campaign covers all outreach work by the ERA Foundation. Our website is designed to promote engineering and support the UK's next generation of engineers but...

Launch Prize opens to 12-19 year olds

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The STEM-X Launch Prize has gone live. This unique virtual challenge is open to 12 - 19 year old and the prize is insane. The competition is simple. STEM-X Launch Prizes is askings students to design an experiment that will launch on a SpaceX Rocket to the...

CRAETIF launches Coding Competition

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Tech blogger Emma Onah, who writes at CRAETIF, is hosting a unique Coding Competition which requires NO CODING EXPERIENCE. The challenge is to come up with an engaging and creative game, explain the objective of the game and get creative. Entrants are being asked to 'code' with some...

Last Chance to Enter – LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron

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We have just 48 hours left to run on our LEGO Bugatti competition but are loving some of the #borntoengineerlego Instagram entries so far. If you have not already; you can enter the competition below in a few different ways (following us on Twitter, retweeting the competition etc)...