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Six young people from across the UK have been recognised as leading creative problem solvers in engineering innovation following the announcement of the inaugural Primary Engineer MacRobert Medal winners at COP26.
In the lead up to UN climate summit COP26, the Royal Society is partnering with Primary Engineer – and its new project STATWARS – to help primary and secondary pupils across the UK develop their data skills and investigate climate change.
The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) has joined forces with Primary Engineer to ‘bridge the gap’ between education and industry.
Primary Engineer has announced Facebook UK as a National Funding Partner for the STATWARS Competition.
Primary Engineers’ Leaders Award competition has been extended and you can now interview an engineer from your home!
Gatwick Airport, Facebook and Network Rail have become national partners for the “If you were an engineer, what would you do?” competition to help encourage students from schools across the UK to become the engineering professionals of the future.
A Schneider Electric and Primary Engineer competition challenges primary school pupils to design, build and style their own electric vehicle.
A fifteen-year mission to bring engineering into primary classrooms has taken its most ambitious step yet as Primary Engineer officially launches The Institution of Primary Engineers and The Institution of Secondary Engineers.
Facebook announces support for the Year of Engineering campaign as part of its commitment to investing in the future of UK engineering.
Children are natural engineers, full of ideas, inventions and inspirational approaches to common place problems.
Children from primary schools in Coventry and Southam were given the chance to meet industrial robots as part of an event by Primary Engineer and Fanuc UK.
A 12yr old boy from Essex and a 9yr old girl from North London have had prototypes of their award-wining inventions built by Kingston University Engineering Students.
Ford and Primary Engineer are launching a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) initiative for primary school children in 20 schools across Essex.