Big Bang 2011

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Launched in 2009, The Big Bang: UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair is the UK's biggest single celebration of science and engineering for young people and aims to celebrate and inspire them. The Big Bang 2011 will take place at ICC London ExCeL from 10 – 12 March, when 25,000 people are expected to attend.

The headline shows will include Sky 1's Brainiac Live!, BBC's Bang Goes the Theory, and The Lloyd's Register Educational Trust's Alphabeat show. The Fair will also feature BBC's Wallace & Gromit 'World of Invention' roadshow. The Big Bang is free to attend and you can register to bring your family at or get your local school involved. Big Bang 2011 - Get involved The UK's biggest science and engineering fair needs you! We're expecting around 25,000 visitors to ICC London ExCeL for this year's science and engineering extravaganza, and we need you to help it come to life. We need enthusiastic volunteers to help with: • Registration and reception • Visitor experience • Helping people find the best stalls for them • Looking after our competition entrants • Expert guides • Speed networking Everyone welcome! To register, please click here. Deadline for registration has been extended, but make sure to volunteer now to make sure you can have a place.