MerseySTEM attends The Big Bang @ Parliament!

Educate Awards sponsor MerseySTEM represented the North West at Parliament this week.

Its managing director Michelle Dow attended The Big Bang @ Parliament event to promote science, technology, engineering and maths.

Invited by Stephen Metcalfe MP on behalf of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee with Engineering UK, The Big Bang @ Parliament aims to give politicians, policy-makers and the business community the chance to meet award-winning young scientists and engineers, and experience the careers inspiration behind The Big Bang Fairs.

The Big Bang @ Parliament is part of Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, a collaboration between the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and the engineering community.

The aim of the week is to bring engineering to life for young people and to promote the message that engineering offers rewarding, creative and well-paid job opportunities for young men and women, in a broad range of dynamic environments like music, sport, computer gaming, construction, fashion, film special effects and environmental technology.

MerseySTEM’s managing director Michelle Dow says, “As facilitators of STEM in schools across the region and contract holders for The Big Bang North West, MerseySTEM are excited to attend to The Big Bang @ Parliament.”

“We also host The National Science and Engineering Competition at The Big Bang North West and our regional winners St Julie’s Catholic High School have had the opportunity to showcase their amazing project to guests and MPs. We are unbelievably proud to see them here and discuss more inspiring ideas to promote STEM!”

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