Ceres to run ‘first-of-its-kind’ hydrogen competition for UK students
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Ceres to run ‘first-of-its-kind’ hydrogen competition for UK students

Education remains a key aspect in accelerating hydrogen’s adoption across the globe and today (Dec 15) UK-based Ceres has revealed a “first-of-its-kind” video competition that aims to inspire secondary school students with hydrogen.

Working with STEM Learning UK, it will be focused on students in the South East of England with the competition inviting students to submit a three minute video that explains an exciting scientific idea to help tackle the net zero mission using hydrogen as a primary focus.

The winning submission from this will then be turned into a professional animation with the team also to be offered work experience opportunities and mentoring from Ceres’ senior technical and business leaders.

This is an innovative and could be seen as a crucial development. By increasing the awareness among the UK’s youth, more and more discussions could be raised around hydrogen and its implementation in the future.

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