- Top 50 Women in Engineering List
The Top 50 Women in Engineering List (WE50) is open to all women in Britain who work in the engineering sector, and is being run in partnership with the Women’s Engineering Society (WES), key employers and associated organisations.
- WISE National Women in Engineering Day
The National Women in Engineering Day is taking place again on 23 June 2016 and this is your chance to support, inspire, celebrate and raise the profile of your amazing female engineers.
- Salters' National Awards for Science Technicians
We are delighted to announce that for 2016 these awards are in collaboration with both CLEAPSS and SSERC. The aim of the Awards continues to be about highlighting the importance of technicians in enabling high quality practical work to take place.
- ASE Book Award
Starting in 2016, this new award has been designed to celebrate science writing that educates and inspires science learners of all ages. Closing date: Friday 1st July 2016
- CONNECT Young Founders
A very different, very fun experience for budding innovators that will help bridge the gap between an idea and commercial viability. Open to students aged 16-18 and resident in Northern Ireland, five finalists will receive an 8 week summer internships, £1500 each, and mentoring from an expert entrepreneur
- Royal Society of Biology: Biology Challenge
An e-poster is available online to help encourage your school's students to take part. The competition aims to: Encourage an interest in biology beyond the school curriculum and stimulate curiosity in the natural world. Involve as many pupils as possible in a challenging and interesting biology competition.
- Biochemical Society Scientific Outreach Grants
The Biochemical Society Scientific Outreach Grants are open! The Biochemical Society have grants of up to £1000 available to help fund activities that communicate the excitement of molecular bioscience, or more general biology, to young people and the community.
- Fundraising for lions
Fundraising for lions competition: This fantastic fundraising pack will empower your students to take some social action while having great fun learning about Asiatic lions. Open for students aged 3 to 18 years of age.
- Brenda Keogh Primary Science Award 2016
This award celebrates the legacy of an inspirational teacher who transformed the lives of learners all over the world. The award worth over £1600, will support 2 schools to make science a more engaging, more enjoyable and a more productive learning experience for their children.
- Copper Development Association 2016 Poster Competition
Calling the UK’s young scientists! Design an A3 poster exploring the properties of copper to win a first prize of £100 (and £500 for your school) The competition is open to all UK students (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales). For full details , visit: www.copperalliance.org.uk/competition
- Clean Tech Competition 2016
The Clean Tech Competition is a research and design challenge for pre-college youth that builds on sound scientific understanding of real-world issues and the integration of science, English/language arts, mathematics, technology, the arts, and the design process. Registration closes 26 February 2016. First round submissions due 18 March 2016.
- CLEAPSS - ASE Primary Competition 2016
This year's competition is all about improving biodiversity around the school or local area. Entry is open until 25 October 2016.
- Imagine Cup Innovation Competition
Imagine Cup is the world's premier student technology competition. We invite all eligible students to use their imagination and passion to create a technology solution in one of our competitions and challenges.
- Gratnells Science Technician of the Year Award
Now in its seventh successful year, Gratnells is pleased to sponsor the Science Technician of the Year Award 2015. The closing date for entries is Friday, 29 th January, 2016.
- Curious Abiout Copper - 2015 winners
The 2015 winning entries are presnted by Richard Needham in a short YouTube video.
- Royal Society Partnership Grants Scheme
Partnership Grants of up to £3,000 are available to enable students, aged 5 – 18, to carry out science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) projects in UK schools. Open until 1 Febraury 2016.
- The WEIZMANN UK Safe Cracking Physics Tournament & ISSI
Teams who win the UK tournament receive a travel grant to enable them to travel to and spend 4 days exploring the Weizmann campus and taking part in the Shalheveth Freier International Tournament. Registration for the 2016 Tournament has now closed but registration for the 2017 competition opens in September 2016.
- The Great Bug Hunt
As spring approaches, search the habitats around you for bugs of all descriptions. Research, record, draw, paint, photograph and enter your results in the Great Bug Hunt for primary schools. Entry to the 2016 Competition is open until 17 June 2016
- The British Pharmacological Society-Outreach grants
Grants of up to £1,500 are available to support innovative pharmacology outreach and public engagement activities. These grants are available to both BPS members and non-members, including schools and teachers, and deadlines for applications fall in February and September.
- Salters' Chemistry Club Handbook
The Salters' Chemistry Club Handbooks 1 and 2 are a very popular source of activities for teachers to use in chemistry clubs, enrichment activities or open evenings.
- Salters' Festivals of Chemistry
One-day chemistry events held at various Universities throughout the UK and Ireland.
- Gratnells Education Zone
Gratnells supports science education with numerous important awards and initiatives, championing technicians professional status.
- National Science + Engineering Competition
The National Science + Engineering Competition is open to all 11-18 year olds living in the UK and in full-time education. The Competition aims to recognise and reward young people's achievements in all areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
- Armourers and Brasiers Tata Sixth Form Materials Prize
A new competition designed to support schools in encouraging students to develop a sustained interest in STEM careers.
- Beat the Flood
Suitable for KS2-3 (age 7-14) pupils use their STEM skills to help them design and build a model of a flood- proof house.
- Practical Action STEM Resources
A range of different STEM challenges that can be both incorporated into your lessons or be used as the basis for an off-timetable day. Perfect for National Science and Engineering Week.
- SCI-TECH Challenge
A European scheme bringing together students for an annual challenge competition.