TTP plc challenged Year 12 students from Long Road Sixth Form College, Hills Road Sixth Form College and Comberton Sixth Form to design a medical instrument for use in facial reconstructive surgery.
Connecting them with professionals from a diverse range of industries.
In addition to delivering the skills service for the Greater Cambridge Partnership, and providing much-needed careers advice, mentoring and work experience programmes, they manage Cambridge LaunchPad, a pioneering STEM outreach initiative on behalf of local STEM employers.
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Engineers at Marshall Aerospace and Defence group welcomed Year 12 students from Comberton Sixth Form and Hills Road Sixth Form to take part in the drone-controlled water pump challenge as part of this year’s Cambridge LaunchPad Scholars programme. Through providing students with hands on experience within the STEM industry, Cambridge LaunchPad aims to inspire young people to think about the possibilities available to them in their future careers.added by Miss Michelle Yung 2 min Read
Year 12 students from Comberton Sixth Form and Hills Road Sixth Form College joined together with the Wellcome Genome Campus to learn more about how genomics is being used the health sector to better understand the challenges faced with disease and the human genome.added by Miss Michelle Yung 2 min Read
On the 19thof March, new Cambridge LaunchPad supporter Qualcomm Technologies International, Ltd. welcomed 40 Year Six students from Fulbourn Primary School to the Cambridge offices to gain more experience in STEM subjects and learn about the roles available to them in the technology sector.added by Miss Michelle Yung 2 min Read
On Thursday 14th March, Cambridge Consultants welcomed 40 Year 4 students from Cambridge Home Educating Families and Teversham C of E Primary School to take part in an exciting hands-on activity day at their office in Cambridge.added by Miss Michelle Yung 1 min Read