The BHF Research Center of Excellence launches a new Science at Heart competition

The BHF Research Center of Excellence launches a new Science at Heart competition

The BHF Research Center of Excellence at Imperial College London has launched a new science competition to engage sixth graders in cardiovascular research.

Imperial researchers are encouraging teams of up to six students to design an ePoster. The objective is to illustrate a strategy of bringing together the hard sciences and biomedicine to reduce the number of deaths and disabilities caused by heart and circulatory diseases.

The prices

Shortlisted teams will present their posters to a jury and first, second and third prizes of £ 3,000, £ 2,000 and £ 1,000 will be awarded to schools to support science-related activities.

Professor Dorian Haskard from the BHF Center of Research Excellence at Imperial College London, who led the competition, said:

“We are delighted to be able to launch our new competition, Science at Heart. It’s a great opportunity for sixth graders to come together, think creatively, and come up with science-based solutions that could protect people from the devastation of heart and circulatory disease.

Professor Metin Avkiran, our Associate Medical Director, said:

“Despite the immense and complex …

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