2020 winners

 

Diya Vincent and Chris Kalogroulis have been awarded the top prizes in The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Competition.

Diya Vincent, a Year 7 student from Sevenoaks School in Kent has been awarded the GSK UK Young Scientist of the Year title for her project titled 'Microgreens from Goldfish'. As part of the experiment, Diya grew microgreens using fertilised water from an aquarium and then compared them using three different methods.

Meanwhile, Chris Kalogroulis, 18, currently in his first year at Imperial College studying Design Engineering has been awarded the GSK UK Young Engineer of the Year title for his project, Flip. For his project, Chris has created a striking, sustainable and minimalist mechanical clock. Chris wanted to create a product which has an aesthetic appeal but one that would allow him to learn and apply mechanics, electronics and programming.

See all the 2020 prize-winners below:

Engineering Prize winners 2020

Science Prize winners 2020

Special Prize winners 2020