2014 Award Winners Announced

2014 winners announced

Group of six student winners of the BHP Billiton Science and Engineering Awards

2014 Student Winner in the Investigations category

Conroy Cheers from Caulfield Grammar School, VIC, for his project 'The effects of texting on driving safety'.

2014 Student Winner in the Engineering category

Ethan Butson from The Illawarra Grammar School, NSW, for his project 'SMART: Stroke management with augmented reality technology'.

See 2014 student winners for details of the winners and place getters.

2014 BHP Billiton Science Teacher Winner Judith Sise with Dr Megan Clark (Chief Executive, CSIRO) and Robyn Aitken (President, ASTA)

2014 Teacher Winner

Judith Sise from Lyndale Greens Primary School, Victoria, Science Teachers Association of Victoria.

See 2014 teacher winners for details of the winner and finalists.

View the CSIRO media release: Texting teen driver takes out top science award.

The BHP Billiton Science Awards are run by BHP Billiton, CSIRO and the Australian Science Teachers Association