The Big Bang is a national programme which celebrates Science Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) careers. We deliver the programme across the South West region hosting several events throughout the year to inspire young people and showcase STEM employers from the region. In the last three years we have reached over 39,000 young people.
Our flagship event, The Big Bang Fair South West is the largest regional celebration of STEM careers. The 2019 event will host a range of exciting elements under one roof including; a show stage featuring engaging live science shows, a range of hands on activities from the most prominent STEM employers across the region, interactive workshops and the chance to find out about STEM career opportunities. The event is open to primary, secondary and home schooled children.
The event also celebrates and recognises student’s STEM projects. During the day we will host the South West regional heats of The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Competition, culminating in a glittering awards ceremony, with the winners progressing on to the national finals the following March at the NEC, Birmingham. A range of other STEM innovation awards are on offer too looking at things like communication, creativity and digital skills.
This event is free to attend.
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Exhibiting at the Big Bang South West Regional Fair
Are you a business that works with Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths (STEM)?
Do you want fantastic exposure to the next generation of STEM brilliance?
Our regional event gives students the opportunity to see what their futures could hold through inspirational interactive exhibits from a variety of dynamic and innovative businesses like yours.
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Thank you to all our Sponsors for supporting The Big Bang South West 2019.
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Exhibitors confirmed so far…
Bridgwater & Taunton College
Exeter Science Park
Focus Training Group
National Citizen Service
Plymouth College of Art
The UK Hydrographic Office
Truro and Penwith College
University of Exeter – Research Programme
University of Wales
Yeo Valley Farms