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As a regional employer, the Big Bang is a wonderful opportunity for school and college students to find out more about the diverse career opportunities open to them in the region and to bring together employers to focus on key issues and celebrate achievements.
The Big Bang North East programme will this year see 6,000 11 to 19-yearolds from 80 schools and colleges take part in activities designed to inspire them to take up a career in the STEM subjects.
Exoplanets that orbit far beyond the habitable zone may have been able to support life in the distant past, warmed by the relic radiation left over from the Big Bang that created the universe 13.
TAKING part in the Big Bang Cymru last year was not just a great way for Shawn Brown to prove his skills, it also helped him get a place at university.
A THE Big Bang refers to the rapid expansion of space itself in the split second after the universe came into being.
The Big Bang theory, however, does not explain what happened before the universe's beginning.
The origin of the Big Bang goes back to the 1940s, when Fred Hoyle first used the term in his BBC radio series.
His disputes with the Big Bang theorists made headlines, and laypeople as well as experts took sides in the cosmological controversy.