Aspire to Engineer Challenge


Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851: Big Ideas


14th December 2018

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Aspire to Engineer: The Genetic Engineering Challenge

Win a free experience with the Natural History Museum – Schools STEM Challenge

Enter the next edition of the Aspire to Engineer challenge, which launched on 23rd September. This time young people are enthused to discover the fascinating world of genetic engineering and be inspired by the possibilities of STEM.

A free digital resource pack, filmed interviews with scientists, and a BBC radio discussion on genetic engineering is now available for schools to engage with the challenge.

The challenge is open to students aged between 8 – 16. Schools across the UK are invited to take part and STEM clubs are welcome. It is open until 14 December 2018.

They want to see students inspiring their classmates to discover the possibilities of genetic engineering through an exciting presentation. The winning school will receive a fantastic prize offered by the Natural History Museum, and runners up will win a video call with a world-renowned scientist.

To receive full information about the challenge, simply send an email to: . You will receive their digital education pack, free posters, and more information on the challenge.
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