Competition News

Check out this page for all the latest news about the Young Imagineers 2018 competition, presented by Equinor. 

Solar Powered Pollution Sucking Robot Pigeon wins Equinor’s Young Imagineers competition

Solar Powered Pollution Sucking Robot Pigeon wins Equinor’s Young Imagineers competition

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.

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Shortlist unveiled after record number of entries to the Young Imagineers competition

Equinor’s Young Imagineers 2018 competition received nearly 1,200 ideas from children across the UK on how to make the world a better place. Selfless ideas predominated, with this year’s entrants most keen to improve the lives...

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Equinor and the Science Museum continue to bring fun and creativity to STEM

Equinor’s Young Imagineers Competition is helping bring fun and creativity to STEM. One child aged 7-14 will have their invention turned into a model and put on display will be outside Wonderlab: The Equinor Gallery in the Science Museum, London. There is less than one month to go (deadline 23:59 on Sunday 21 October 2018) to enter the competition.

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Young Imagineer Winning Idea Brought to Life

In November 2017, Finlay Minter from Surrey was crowned Statoil’s Young Imagineer – following a nationwide competition which saw hundreds of entries submitted. His award-winning hover wheelchair design has now been brought to life...

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Britain’s Young Imagineer Revealed!

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

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