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Young scientists from schools across Northern Ireland joined together at the 'Sentinus Big Bang Science Fair' to showcase their innovative projects in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
Invest NI and Ballymena Borough Council, was part of the UK wide programme 'Big Bang Near Me' which is the largest celebration of STEM for young people in the UK. Pictured here is Chief Executive of Sentinus, Bill Connor, and Danny Bryson from Ballymena Academy who has been working with Wrightbus on a project to equip buses with hybrid technology.
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For further information please contact Kerri Smith/Lauren McCoy at Morrow Communications on 028 9039 3837

Young scientists from schools across Northern Ireland joined together at the 'Sentinus Big Bang Science Fair' to showcase their innovative projects in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Invest NI and Ballymena Borough Council, was part of the UK wide programme 'Big Bang Near Me' which is the largest celebration of STEM for young people in the UK. Pictured here is Chief Executive of Sentinus, Bill Connor, and Danny Bryson from Ballymena Academy who has been working with Wrightbus on a project to equip buses with hybrid technology. Ends For further information please contact Kerri Smith/Lauren McCoy at Morrow Communications on 028 9039 3837

Young scientists from schools across Northern Ireland joined together at the ‘Sentinus Big Bang Science Fair’ to showcase their innovative projects in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

Pictured here is Chief Executive of Sentinus, Bill Connor, and Danny Bryson from Ballymena Academy who has been working with Wrightbus on a project to equip buses with hybrid technology.

 

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