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Young Engineer's Top Award Announced

18 year old Sanjay Puri, from Nottingham High School, has scooped the Duke of York’s Award for Creative Use of Technology.

Sanjay’s ‘Fall Detection and Alert System’ impressed the judges with his proof-of-concept prototype which promises to be a boon for care homes. The system is intended for use with bathroom floors and is designed to allow residents more independence. Sanjay’s flooring system is ‘smart’ and, through sensors, can differentiate between someone walking or falling on the floor. In the event of an accident an alarm is raised.

Here is a full list of the awards given out at this year’s Young Engineers National Final:

Duke of York’s Award for Creative Use of Technology (£1,000 prize) goes to Sanjay Puri, Nottingham High School with ‘Fall Detection and Alert System’

Intel ISEF Attendance (All expenses paid + £250) goes to Matthew Ardern, Stockport Grammar School with ‘Continuous Reciprocating Air Filter and David Steele, Nottingham High School with ‘Find My Dog’

The Young Engineers School of the Year (£1,000) goes to Midhurst Rother College

The Young Engineers School of the Year Runner-Up (£500) goes to Calthorpe Park School

The Engineering Excellence Award (£500) goes to Philo Waddell, Exmouth Community College with ‘Electric Bikes for London’

Young Engineers Student of the Year (£250) goes to Emily Horst Brinsworth Comprehensive School

Broadcom Masters Award (£250 and all expenses paid trip to observe Intel ISEF) goes to Jack Pollock, 15, from Calthorpe Park School

The Young Engineers Membership Leader Award (£250) goes to Jo Hall, from Mary Webb School & Science College

Inspiring Futures Through Engineering Engagement (£250) goes to UTC Plymouth

Young Engineers Award for Innovation (£250) goes to Ben Noar, Highgate School with ‘Spherical Wheel’

Young Engineers Award for Project Marketability (£250) goes to Jordan Griffiths, Princethorpe College with ‘Power House’

Young Engineers Award for Craftsmanship (£250) goes to Jamie Dawson, Exmouth Community College with ‘The Learning Hub’

The awards were presented at The Big Bang – the UK’s Young Scientists and Engineers Fair held over four days at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham -

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