Team Proto 2016/2017

UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE

Team Proto 2016/2017

UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE

A group of 5th year engineering students from University of Strathclyde currently working with Primary Engineer to bring a SELA design to life!

A major supporter of Primary Engineer and the yearly SELA competition is the University of Strathclyde; where a group of 5th year Mechanical Engineering students (Christopher Bendall, James Dallman, Gemma Houston, Amir Saleem and William Yates) have chosen to work with the organisation and local schools for their Master’s level project. The aim of the project is to take Grace’s bench concept, develop the design and build it into a full scale functioning prototype as a method of promoting science and engineering in schools and giving an insight into the process behind designing and manufacturing a product.

Using Instagram, Twitter and a regular blog, the entire project is being documented online to make it accessible to audiences of all levels across the country. The group is also encouraging interest in STEM subjects through visits to local schools where they have given presentations and run activities for the children.

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A group of 5th year engineering students from Strathclyde University currently working with Primary Engineer to bring a SELA design to life!

A major supporter of Primary Engineer and the yearly SELA competition is the University of Strathclyde; where a group of 5th year Mechanical Engineering students (Christopher Bendall, James Dallman, Gemma Houston, Amir Saleem and William Yates) have chosen to work with the organisation and local schools for their Master’s level project. The aim of the project is to take Grace’s bench concept, develop the design and build it into a full scale functioning prototype as a method of promoting science and engineering in schools and giving an insight into the process behind designing and manufacturing a product.

Using Instagram, Twitter and a regular blog, the entire project is being documented online to make it accessible to audiences of all levels across the country. The group is also encouraging interest in STEM subjects through visits to local schools where they have given presentations and run activities for the children.

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