The ERA Foundation were proud to sponsor the Young Engineers Award for Innovation this year. Thirteen Young Engineers Prizes celebrating crucial skills from Craftsmanship through to Project Marketability were awarded at the Big Bang Fair.
The ERA Foundation were proud to present Raphael Njoku, from Winchester College, with the National Engineering Award for Innovation. Raphael’s project looked at how improvements to the public transport systems in London could include real-time info about vacant seats on buses.
Attila Emecz, Executive Secretary to the ERA Foundation, congratulates Raphael Njoku from Winchester College
The ERA Foundation were impressed with the continuing high standards of the competition and the wide range of innovative projects on show.
Heather Williams, Chief Executive of Young Engineers, said: “It’s been an absolute pleasure meeting all of the young engineers competing this year, their teachers and parents. They are an inspiration – all of their brilliant competition entries show why it is so important to showcase their work in STEM (Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics).”
For further details of the other award winners, national finalists and information about Young Engineers visit www.youngeng.org.uk