The Big Bang goes digital for 2021
09 October 2020
For this 2020/21 academic year, the Big Bang programme will be delivered digitally, ensuring schools & young people can take part in its popular, inspirational STEM activities while removing the uncertainty around face-to-face events, including The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair.
This academic year, Big Bang will be making the most of the brilliant digital platforms created by talented engineers to ensure whatever the world throws at us, it can still offer some unique Big Bang experiences.
Students are already beginning to work on projects for The Big Bang Competition, which will be open for entries early next year. The organisers have exciting plans for online heats and finals that will give competitors even more opportunities to impress (and receive feedback) from judges.
Big Bang will build on the success of its first digital event in July this year to develop and improve the Big Bang Digital 2021 – which was watched live by almost 28,000 viewers, and viewed by up to 50,000 young people, including 4,773 British Sign Language viewers, across 24 hours – and will be giving schools the opportunity to bring the Big Bang to life in their own classrooms.
The organisers say: "Big Bang Digital will be back, bigger and better. We are building on the success of our first digital event, taking on student and teacher feedback and creating an inspiring programme that you won’t want to miss."
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