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#8: Merritt Moore; Jayne Hunt; Whale of Litter

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Tasked with judging entries to this year’s Leaders Award competition, Jayne Hunt from Lexisnexis Risk Solutions Group has been blown away by the ingenuity of the young inventors.

Jayne has shared her creative feedback on many entries, and in this episode highlights some of her favourites, including an AI tennis racket, a braille clothes tag and an anti-bullying watch.

Jayne has given an online interviews as part of the STATWARS competition so if you would also like to see some of the things she describes watch the interview below

Merritt Moore has done the seemingly impossible, bridging the gap between science and art, excelling in both physics and ballet. In this episode Merritt tells us about her amazing and unique career journey, and explains why robots make the perfect dance partners.

Merritt has given an online interviews as part of the If you were an engineer what would you do? Leaders Award competition so if you would also like to see some of the things she describes watch the interview below.

Nicola, Cameron and Orla from the University of Strathclyde explore the process of turning Lacey Murphy’s ‘Whale of Litter’ into a working prototype. And Isi and Imogen from James Allen’s Girls’ School tell us about their climate-saving engineering inventions.

If you’d like to get in touch, follow us on Twitter @Leadersaward, @primaryengineer and head over to our Primary Engineer You Tube Channel and be inspired!

We’d like to hear what you thought of the series so please help us and complete our survey.

The quantum physicist that dances with robots – Merritt Moore has done the seemingly impossible, bridging the gap between science and art, excelling in both physics and ballet. In this episode Merritt tells us about her amazing and unique career journey, and explains why robots make the perfect dance partners.

Merritt has given an online interviews as part of the If you were an engineer what would you do? Leaders Award competition so if you would also like to see some of the things she describes watch the interview below.

We hear from Jayne Hunt from Lexisnexis Risk Solutions Group who’s been judging some of this year’s competition entries, including an AI tennis racket and a braille clothes tag.

Jayne has given an online interviews as part of the STATWARS competition so if you would also like to see some of the things she describes watch the interview below

Nicola, Cameron and Orla from the University of Strathclyde explore the process of turning Lacey Murphy’s ‘Whale of Litter’ into a working prototype. And Isi and Imogen from James Allen’s Girls’ School tell us about their climate-saving engineering inventions.

If you’d like to get in touch, follow us on Twitter @Leadersaward, @primaryengineer and head over to our Primary Engineer You Tube Channel and be inspired!

We’d like to hear what you thought of the series so please help us and complete our survey.