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Shortlisted teams for the finals in the 2019 International STEM Youth Innovation Competition

Several months back BIEA began accepting proposals for the 2019 STEM Youth Innovation Competition — our goal was to invite students to be creative as well as engaging with a real life problem by creating drone technologies to protect endangered species.

Since then we have been overwhelmed by the truly outstanding reports submitted from the bright young minds around the world. We are thrilled by everyone who participated, and who dedicated their time and talents to fighting for this meaningful cause. We extend our sincerest thanks and gratitude to students and teachers alike and are proud to have had such an impressive response to our competition. We are overwhelmed by the ability and enthusiasm of every individual who has participated. Your work offers an exciting vision of future technologies!

45 teams are through to the next round and are as follows (Sorted by alphabetical order):

Team name  Country/Region School name
Burnkool UK Kent College                                  
BWYA  Howling Wolves China Beijing Beijing World Youth Academy              
Canis  UK Chester International School
Captain Planet UK Kent College
Columbo Gatewians Sri Lanka Gateway College Colombo   
Conservation Action Team (CAT)  India National Academy For Learning
Creative Wildcats  Mexico American Institute of Monterrey 
Curious Wildcats Mexico American Institute of Monterrey    
CYA Engineers  Canada Richmond Secondary School               
Delta Project  Poland  1LO im. Stanisława Dubois w Koszalinie 
Devil Drones  UK Sheffield Park Academy              
Drone Animal Rescue Group (DARG) South Africa  American International School of Cape Town
Fighting Against Extinction/Nerdology  UK Alpha Preparatory School
Generation Conundrum TEAM  China Macau Tong Sin Tong Secondary School
Hisar CS  Turkey Hisar School      
HWFL Earth Guardians 1 China Hangzhou Shanghai World Foreign Language Primary School
HWFL Earth Guardians 2  China Hangzhou Shanghai World Foreign Language Primary School
Imaginators India Silver Oaks International School       
International Snow Leopard Anti Poaching Society (I.S.L.A.P.S)  UK Alpha Preparatory School
LGS-JT  Pakistan Lahore Grammar School Senior boys campus            
Macau Pooito Middle School China Macau Macau Pooito Middle School
Malayan Panthera  Malaysia       Sekolah Menengah Sains Hulu Terengganu        
MI6 India Visakha Valley School
No. 2 High School of East China Normal University International Division High School Team  China No. 2 High School of East China Normal University
No. 2 High School of East China Normal University International Division Junior High School Team  China No. 2 High School of East China Normal University
North Coast Nauticals  UK Northern Ireland  Coleraine Grammar School        
PACA Conservatiionists  UK Portslade aldridge community academy                                                  
Rhinodrive  UK Queen Elizabeth's School                        
Seabale UK Alpha Preparatory School
See Gull  UK Earlscliffe College     
SMB Scientists             UK   St. Margaret's School               
TAK-1500S UK  Cardiff Sixth Form College
Tamirush  UAE Dubai GEMS International School Al Khail
Team Endeavour  UK Home Educated
Team Frida  UK Henrietta Barnett School
Team Paracop  USA Topkids Center                           
Team Tiger Survival  Australia Ravenswood School for Girls    
Team Zuberi  USA Topkids Center
The Eagles  Nigeria CEDEC International Secondary School
The Green  Sri Lanka  Gateway College Colombo
Three Qubaarians  Kenya Qubaa muslim school
Typhoon China Junior Middle School Affiliated to No.2 High Schoolof East China Normal University                  
UAV Cavalries  China Junior Middle School Affiliated to No.2 High School of East China Normal University                        
UWCIM Bosnia and Herzegovina United World College in Mostar
Xiǎoxué jī qún  China Macau Tong Sin Tong College

 

Shortlisted teams will be notified of their selection for participation by email and will receive instructions on how to proceed. Teams not present at the finals may still receive awards in recognition of exceptional performance in a specific competition category, so please stay tuned.

The Live International Finals will be held on 4th July 2019, at the London Royal Air Force Museum and finalists will have the chance to compete for the £5,000 grand prize. We hope you will all continue to follow your fellow teams as the competition progresses, and we very much hope to see many of you again in the 2020 competition.

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