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Talent 2030 National Engineering Competition for Girls - Winners announced!

Winners announced!

Our fantastic team of high-profile women and female engineers have chosen our winners and runners up, who all won cash prizes, and were awarded with their cheques and certificates at the Big Bang Fair on March 18th.



In third place for the 11-14 age category is Menna, Maryam, Bariah, Salihah and Shreya from King Edward VI Camp Hill, for their innovative and sustainable solution to supplying clean water to communities using sea water.

In Second place is Urate, Amber and Lauren from West Park School for their creative and original blood air transport prototype and its use in vaccinating and diagnosing patients in remote areas.

The winners for this category, are Lara, Alice and Isabella from King David High school, for their efforts to use movement analysis triggers to transport food to people in need.


In third place for the 15-16 age category is Afshaan, Maricar, Rosalind and Olivia from Queen Elizabeth Girls High School for their idea to redesign and place solar panels on the moon to harvest energy.

In second place is Shirya from Rushcliffe High School for her presentation on converting force and pressure applied by waves into renewable electrical energy.

The winners for the 15-16-year-old category are Ria, Shivika, Eleanor, Spardha and Sumayyah from King Edward VI Camp Hill, for their comprehensive work developing a water pipe turbine, powering electricity generators for use in houses.


In third place is Zeena, Faith and Annie from Haberdashers Aske’s School, for their website exploring exoskeleton technology to improve paraplegic independence.

In second place is Nesha from Northampton School for Girls for her entertaining and informative video on the effects of microplastics in pollution.

And the winners of the 17-18 year old category are Saima, Monica, Aarti, Tejal, Sara and Sagaana from Woodford County High School, for their expansive and detailed report on the future of carbon dioxide and its global possibilities.



Congratulations to the girls and a well-done to all from the Talent 2030 team and our sponsors PepsiCo, Rolls-Royce and Centrica



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