The CSO Open Data Award is open to all BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition categories and all age groups. So if you have a great idea for the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition and use CSO data you could win this award.
Criteria – The Central Statistics Office is delighted to sponsor an award that will encourage young people to use open data. This award is for the most innovative use, or potential use, of CSO data. Be it in statistical analyses, statistical processes or statistical outputs, be they scientific or mathematical, a piece of research, a visualisation or a data map, the development of a device, a software application or the use of CSO data in any other innovative way. Whatever way students use our data, the CSO is excited to see your open data projects.
Age Group: All
e.g. communications, electronic systems, robotics, computing, control technology, applications of technology, biotechnology, automation.
Biological & Ecological Sciences
e.g. agriculture, anatomy, biochemistry, biotechnology, ecology, horticulture, physiology, medical science, veterinary science.
Social & Behavioural Sciences
e.g. economic, geographical, psychological or sociological studies of human behaviour, nutrition, social anthropology, political science.
Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences
e.g. chemistry, physics, mathematics, applied mathematics, geology, engineering, computer programming, meteorology, astronomy.
The link to the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2018 FactFile is here:
The competition for the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2018 is now closed. Details for the 2019 competition are yet to be announced.