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How to build

 Three episodes probe the car bringing Formula One racing technology to regular roads, the worlds biggest aircraft wing and the satellite that can send a live TV signal around the world in under a second. We meet the engineers who work in bunkers and ˜clean rooms, developing precision components that work...
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2011

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How do they do it?: the definitive guide to everything

 HOW DO THEY DO IT? is the ultimate guide to everything. No wonder it s one of the most popular science shows on the planet. Ever wondered how they turn sea-water into air on a nuclear submarine? Or how they make the sharpest knives ever created? Or how they build the huge golden satellites that make your sat-nav...
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2010

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Statistics: the how and the why

An introduction to statistics for sixth forms and for first-year students of science and engineering. As its title implies, it is written for those who are not content to be given a rule from which practical results can be obtained, but also want to 'know the reason why'.The proofs give are intended to satisfy this...
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1969

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Reimagine a solution to a real-life problem

This year the BP Ultimate STEM Challenge is asking UK students aged 11 to 14 to put their science, technology, engineering and maths skills to the test and reimagine a solution to a real-life problem.
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The Ultimate STEM Challenge 2018

The Ultimate STEM Challenge is a national competition brought to you by BP, the Science Museum and STEM Learning, open to UK students aged 11 to 14.By exploring the practical uses of science, the challenges are designed to build confidence and teamwork skills and inspire young people to...
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The Ultimate STEM Challenge 2017

The Ultimate STEM Challenge is a national competition brought to you by BP, the Science Museum and STEM Learning, open to UK students aged 11 to 14.You can choose from three new challenges on the theme of My Sustainable Future. Handy HydroParched PlantsBrilliant Biogas   Find out...
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2010 to date

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CREST Awards

The CREST Awards scheme is the only nationally recognised accreditation scheme for STEM project work for 5-19 year olds. Around 40’000 students in the UK gain CREST Awards every year through investigations and enquiry-based learning, supporting them to solve real-life STEM challenges.Benefits of CREST Awards:Improved...
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2010 to date

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Get Engineering!

These activities were designed to introduce students to different sectors in engineering.Desert Island Drinks: Students make a water filtration device out of a plastic bottle to investigate the principles of filtration.Clever Copters: Students make a self-propelled helicopter to investigate propulsion,...
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Earthquake proof

In this STEM club activity, students design and build an earthquake-resistant two-storey structure, considering principles of earthquake engineering and design such as the importance of a solid foundation, wide base, symmetrical design and trusses.
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Smartphone projector

In this STEM club activity, students build their own smartphone projector using a mobile phone, shoebox and a magnifying lens.
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