Check out this page for all the latest news about the Young Imagineers 2017 competition, presented by Statoil.
Statoil and the Science Museum announce Britain’s Young Imagineer, following their quest to find the inventors of tomorrow
Finlay Minter aged 10 from Surrey developed a Hover Wheelchair
Finlay’s invention will now be designed and displayed at the Science Museum from February 2018
In September Statoil and the Science Museum asked children across the UK to submit their most creative, imaginative and inspirational ideas to help make the world a better place. From prosthetic legs for slugs and cookies that make people fall in love with you, to devices that find lost dogs and robots that help the elderly, there were hundreds of fantastic entries to the Young Imagineers competition.
Building on the success of Wonderlab: The Statoil Gallery, today Statoil and the Science Museum announce their partnership to engage the UK’s youngest and most curious minds in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). The initiative will see them work with a panel of well-known STEM specialists, to launch a nationwide competition in search of Britain’s most imaginative and creative young people.