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The Student Project Fund 2022 - Winners Announced

For the second year running, we are delighted to announce the Winners of this year's Student Project Fund Competition.

The Student Project Fund is helping Engineering students to elevate their projects through hands-on prototyping and experimentation as we believe the practical skills to be key skillsets for young engineers education journey. We continue to inspire students to develop innovations that may change the world.

The Grass Roots Student Project Fund received applications from across the world - all entrants will be offered exclusive opportunity to enhance their professional profile, supporting their professional development using DesignSpark platform with the support from RS Grass Roots.

The winners of the Student Project Fund will be provided with up to £250/equivalent in RS Components, tools and components to help them bring their projects to life! You will be hearing a lot from the winners in the coming months as they share the journey of their projects on DesignSpark - as part of their commitment to the Student Project Fund.

We are also excited to host a Virtual showcase of the winning projects for people to vote for their favourite winning project by liking their favourite project article on DesignSpark. The article with the most likes by 30th of June 2022 will be eligible for a Cash Prize worth a maximum of £250/equivalent.

The Winners

Alexander - University of Bath
Andres Ernesto - University of Sheffield
Ankit - University of Glasgow
Arjun - Cranfield University
Balazs - University of Sheffield
ChunTe - Imperial College London
Ciprian-Florin - Middlesex University London
Clara - University of Glasgow
Colm - University of Sheffield
Daniyal - The University of Strathclyde
Ece - The University of Sheffield
George - The University of Sheffield
Hasitha - University of Glasgow
Jack - University of York
Jacob - University of Bath
Kaitlyn - University of Glasgow
Michalis - The University of Sheffield
Paul - University College London (UCL)
Samuel - University of South Wales
Seashun - Loughborough University
Shrey - Imperial College London
Sohan - Cranfield University
Theodore - University of Leeds
Zoe - Cranfield University
RS Grass Roots is the Education & Community Impact team at RS Components. Grass Roots champions young engineers with exciting opportunities to nurture the next generation of outstanding innovators! Industry now demands graduate engineers with not only the knowledge but crucially the skills and practical experience to solve real problems and create new designs. Whether you are an academic working to enhance the educational experience or a student tackling your latest project - RS is here to help.
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