Thursday 3 April 2014
If you’re an undergraduate student studying in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) and you have a brilliant, original idea then The Telegraph UK STEM Awards could be for you. The judges are asking students to provide a solution to a challenge focusing on one of these fields of study – defence, automotive, pharmaceuticals, environment or construction.
A panel of expert judges will award points for innovation, financial viability and the idea's benefit to society and the environment. The overall winner, whether it's an individual or a team, will receive £25,000 and a bespoke mentoring programme from a senior engineer within Babcock International Group. The award will be presented at a dedicated ceremony in London during Universities Week in June 2014.
The closing date is Sunday 27 April, so visit the website to find out more about the competition and start thinking about your ideas!