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Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Awards - Part 3

Trolley for the Elderly - SESLA

Part 3 of a series of vlogs about this exciting STEM competition for school pupils hears how engineering students from Strathclyde University chose which design idea to make from the 2015 submissions.

Amongst the innovative designs submitted in 2015 by primary school pupils across the country and in the running to be built by the engineering students are:

  • The Breath Rater
  • Road Heater
  • Sea Cleaner
  • Extension Handlebars
  • Scottish Space Rocket
  • Water Saving System
  • Trolley for the Elderly

Which will they take forward to make in early 2016? Find out in the third of a series of vlogs on The Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Award (SESLA).

You can view Part 1 of this series of blog posts here

You can view Part 2 of this series of blog posts here

 

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Registration for the Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Award 2015 - 2016 is now open to all Scottish Primary and Secondary schools.

If you would like to be a part of this extraordinary event please contact: info@leadersaward.com

Download the information flyer:

icon Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Award (1.22 MB)

Follow @leadersaward @primaryengineer and #SESLA16 on Twitter.


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