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Balsam, a 10-year old boy from Croydon, has been crowned the winner of the 2019 Equinor Young Imagineers competition with his amazingly futuristic idea: the ‘Microspider’. Designed to surgically repair and cure parts of the brain, Balsam’s micro robotic ‘spiders’ would be intelligently programmed to work together inside the body, in groups of 40-60, operating to prevent brain damage or fix injuries caused by trauma or illness.
Broad energy company Equinor today announces the 2019 shortlist of its Young Imagineers competition, run in partnership with the Science Museum.
New Research reveals Britains's ‘Generation Z’ wants to tackle Plastic-Pollution and global warming and believes scientists and inventors have the power to make the World a better place
Research commissioned by Equinor as it opens its 2019 ‘Young Imagineers’ competition in partnership with the Science Museum.
Solar Powered Pollution Sucking Robot Pigeon: Equinor’s Young Imagineers competition brought to life at the Science Museum
On Saturday 2nd March 2019 Millie’s design, a Solar Powered Pollution Sucking Robot Pigeon, was brought to life by a team of professional designers and unveiled at the Science Museum outside Wonderlab: The Equinor Gallery.
10-year-old Millie Iversen Gray from London has been crowned the winner of Equinor’s Young Imagineers 2018 competition. Millie has designed a Solar Powered Pollution Sucking Robot Pigeon which would extract pollutants from the air, while being friendly to other birds.