HUNDREDS of teenagers from across South West Wales came to Swansea to see the opportunities offered by careers in science,technology and engineering.
Teen Tech was held for the first time at Swansea’s Liberty Stadium and saw Welsh students spending the day taking part in hands-on experiments and challenges with engineers and scientists from 30 national and international companies.
Maggie Philbin - ITWales.com
We ran the first TeenTech in 2008 because after going to schools and chatting to young people, it was obvious to me they lacked contemporary role models in …
More than 6,000 schoolchildren are set to take part in Northern Ireland’s largest ever science and technology exhibition.
More than 6,000 schoolchildren are set to take part in Northern Ireland’s largest ever science and technology exhibition.Former Tomorrow’s World presenter Maggie Philbin is helping to launch the CultureTech Junior event, which will take place in The Venue at Ebrington Square from September 12-14.
Hull firms spark a passion for science
E&T Magazine TeenTech awarded funds to help engineers engage with young people.
This Is Hampshire
Wokingham Times – 22 May 2012
Broadcast – 21 May 2012
TechWeekEurope UK – 8 Jun 2012