Hellen Ward explains why outreach events are so important to help young people learn and become inspired about STEM careers.
Securing access to STEM subjects for students
Dr Anne Nortcliffe explains regional issues A level students have with accessing STEM subjects.
Scientific concern for easing lockdown too soon
Professor Simon Harvey explains why he and over 100 UK scientists have signed a letter warning about plans to ease easing lockdown.
Computing the earth
On World Environment Day Dr Joseph Cook explores how researchers bridging environmental and computer science may emerge as the most effective agents in the fight against climate change.
Engaging with the Corona Generation
Dr Jennie Bristow discusses generational consciousness and the effect of the global Covid-19 pandemic on our young people.
Welcome to the World Heritage Site family
Professor Peter Vujakovic discusses the link between World Heritage Sites and STEM subjects, as The Jodrell Bank Observatory is the newest addition to claim world heritage status.
We must value women’s views of STEM to create changes
For International Women in Engineering Day Professor Gillian Youngs looks at how, as a society, we can attract more women into science, engineering and technology.
Little Miss Inventor will inspire a new generation of engineers
Dr Anne Nortcliffe comments on the recent introduction of the new Little Miss Inventor character.
What did Cassini teach us about Saturn, our universe and humanity?
Professor Berry Billingsley explores what we have learnt from the latest space mission.