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Bill Bryson Prize 2014

Bill Bryson Westminster
The Bill Bryson Prize is designed to recognise and encourage excellent science communication in schools and colleges by encouraging students to think creatively about science.

The competition is open to students aged 5-18 with entries accepted in any format as long as they accurately communicate science.

Recent entries have included videos, podcasts, posters, even cartoons, songs and poems.

The 2014 competition is now closed

RSC Bill Bryson Prize 2014 Winners

This year the RSC received over 500 informative and creative entries to the 2014 competition from both primary, secondary and international school students.

The winning entries were divided into four main categories:

  • Overall Winner - A video by Bryn Brunnstrom, St. Paul's School, London
  • Secondary Schools Winner - A photobook by Michael Clarke, George Parrington, Paul Randall and Jack Talbot, The Hawthorns School, Surrey
  • Primary Schools Winner - A photobook by Sienna Sommers, Zack Sommers and Milly Mills, Wellow School, Hampshire
  • International Schools Winner - A poster by Muresan Vlad, Transylvania College, Romania 

An introduction from Bill Bryson

Watch Bill Bryson introduce the competition and explain why he thinks it is such an exciting competition to be part of.

The Bill Bryson Prize Entry Information

Find out all you need to know about how to enter the The Bill Bryson Prize

The Bill Bryson Prize 2013 winners

View the winning entries for 2013 for some inspiring ideas!

Contact and Further Information

Education Department
Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House, Milton Road, Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WF, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1223 432221
Fax: +44 (0)1223 423623