Subjects in Brief

1st July 2011 at 01:00

Great Scot

Environment

Megan MacDonald, 14, from Lionacleit School, Benbecula, won the environment award and the overall title at the Young Scot Awards, which celebrate the achievements of 14 to 22-year-olds. She was praised for her campaign to combat climate change and for leading a skills academy to teach her community new ways to make a living.

Talent show

Science

Edinburgh University has launched a science- based talent competition for secondary pupils in the Edinburgh area, in X-Factor style. "Make Me A Scientist!" asks pupils to produce a demonstration of science in everyday life. The top school prize is pound;500 of Waterstone's vouchers. The closing date is 10 September. www.makemeascientist.org.

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