24 Sept 2022

BT Young Scientists Exhibition to go ahead but primary schools element impacted by Covid-19

BT Young Scientists Exhibition to go ahead virtually next week

BT Young Scientists Exhibition to go ahead virtually next week

The BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition will go ahead for secondary schools but Covid-19 restrictions have impacted the primary school element of the event. 

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Taking place virtually from January 6-8, the organisers say the virtual exhibition has been designed by organisers to enable competing second-level students, and the judging panel, to access the online platform from home or their preferred location.

The public can also access the virtual exhibition, free of charge, and view the qualified projects, exhibitor stands, educational events and special acts.

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The only aspect of the exhibition that will be postponed is the Primary Science Fair, and we look forward to rescheduling this with schools when they reopen. 

If students or teachers have any queries, please contact us at 

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