Young scientists from Blundell’s School win national STEM competition with their invention of a measuring device designed for coffee machines that measure any size of cups cutting down on plastic pollution and one use cup.
Two students from Blundell’s School near Tiverton in East Devon have won the BP Ultimate STEM Challenge at an event held at the Science Museum in London.
Sophia Rochfort and Freya Gillard were praised by the judges for their innovative scientific thinking, excellent presentation skills and passion for technology and engineering.
STEM education integrates science, technology, engineering and mathematics and helps students gain a better understanding of how important these subjects are for industry and for their futures.
Now in its fifth year, the BP Ultimate STEM Challenge invites students aged 11-14 to put their science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) skills to the test by developing a solution to a...