Special awards

As well as the core prizes, entrants to The Big Bang Competition have the opportunity to win a range of amazing special awards, at both the regional heat level and at the UK FinalsThese awards are sponsored by business and industry. Entrants also have the chance to represent the UK at international contests across the globe!

The special awards for the UK Finals can be seen below:

 

The Siemens Award for Digital Skills

The Siemens Award for Digital Skills

This award will reward student(s) whose innovative project has shown an understanding and application of digital technology/skills.

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The Network Rail Innovation in Collaboration Award

The Network Rail Innovation in Collaboration Award

This award will be awarded to a project where a collaborative approach has been taken using innovative thinking, within the fields of transportation, the environment and digital technology.

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The Rotary Environmental/Scientific Advancement Award

The Rotary Environmental/Scientific Advancement Award

This award will be awarded to a project that has displayed innovation in advancing understanding of an aspect of the environment, with particular reference to water/sanitation, and demonstrates sustainability.

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The Air Products’ Protecting the Environment Award

The Air Products’ Protecting the Environment Award

This award is designed to celebrate a project that shows promise of giving the world more productive, energy efficient and sustainable solutions.

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The Royal Air Force Teamwork Award

The Royal Air Force Teamwork Award

This award will be awarded to a project that has demonstrated excellent team working skills throughout the project.

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The Royal Institution Faraday Award

The Royal Institution Faraday Award

This award aims to reward student(s) whose project has a tangible benefit for wider society and has considered the social and ethical impact of their findings.

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A place at 61st LIYSF

A place at 61st LIYSF

The chosen winner will represent the UK at the 61st London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF).

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The Young Scientific Instrument Maker Award

The Young Scientific Instrument Maker Award

This award will reward student(s) whose innovative project has demonstrated the practical application of scientific and engineering methodology to a real-world problem.

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A place at Intel ISEF

A place at Intel ISEF

The chosen winner(s) will represent the UK at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), held in Phoenix, Arizona in May 2019.

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A place at ISTF

A place at ISTF

The chosen winner will represent the UK at the International Swiss Talent Forum (ISTF), held in February 2020.

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A place at CASTIC

A place at CASTIC

The chosen winner(s) will represent the UK at China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest (CASTIC), held in China in August 2019.

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A place at EUCYS

A place at EUCYS

The chosen winner(s) will represent the UK at the European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS), held in Bulgaria in September 2019.

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