The Royal Society was recently the venue for the annual TeenTech Awards, which challenges youngsters aged between 11-18 years old to use technology to solve real-world problems by researching current markets and gleaning advice from industry experts.
The awards, which encourages entrepreneurship and innovation from a young age, saw the students present scientific and technological solutions to real problems across a range of categories including energy, healthcare, education, entertainment, environment, transport, construction, and wearables.
Winning teams have been rewarded with money, experiences and an invitation from TeenTech Patron HRH Duke of York KG to a special reception at Buckingham Palace in the Autumn.
Congratulations to all the winners of this year’s TeenTech 2016 Awards. We look forward to hearing more about you and your innovative ideas both now and in the years to come. As always, our Entrepreneur Support Team is on hand to partner with you on your journey, assisting in bringing your ideas to market with the right structures in place, and guiding you towards success. Contact Steve Govey for more information.
Click here for a full list of winners or to register your interest for the TeenTech Awards 2017.