BP’s Ultimate STEM Challenge is back for its fourth year and is inviting those aged between 11 and 14 to take part.
In partnership with the Science Museum and STEM Learning, the challenge will see entrants use their STEM skills to help reduce our impact on the environment and create a more sustainable future.
Teachers and students can also now choose from three brand new challenges on the theme of My Sustainable Future.
By exploring the practical uses of science, the challenges are designed to inspire young people to consider careers in STEM.
You can also request a STEM Ambassador to support your STEM Club or class.
The deadline for entries is 12 January 2018, with winners receiving an Ultimate STEM experience day, £500 to spend on science equipment or field trips, and Science Museum goody bags.
Looking for hints and tips on how to submit a winning entry? Read the BP’s guide to find out what the judges are looking for to help your students craft a creative entry.
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