#Education

STEM Accord Launches Bristol Pilot

2 months ago — Quick Read

A new STEM education initiative is launching its Bristol Pilot today. While there are plenty of new and exciting organisations looking to transform students engagement with science, technology, engineering, and...

Glasgow University engineering school renamed after James Watt

3 months ago — Long Read

Glasgow University has announced it is renaming its engineering school after Engineering powerhouse and Scottish inventor James Watt. James Watt is credited with helping to kick-start the industrial revolution when...

New Engineering Resources – Extracurricular Activities For Aspiring Engineers

4 months ago — Quick Read

Whilst there is a lot of demand for engineers and STEM graduates in the UK job market, that doesn’t change the fact that many engineering degrees, apprentices and jobs are...

Born to Engineer – New Resource Section Launched

5 months ago — Long Read

Today we have launched a brand new resource section for Born to Engineer. Born to Engineer initially launched in 2016 as a space to share our Born to Engineer series...

Bournemouth University announces new STEM facilities

6 months ago — Quick Read

Bournemouth University has announced a huge £38m investment in new STEM facilities. The University is planning a new Science Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) building for its Talbot campus. The...

Walk inside a plant cell or glide over a coral reef: three ways virtual reality is revolutionising teaching

7 months ago — Quick Read

You’ve probably heard how Virtual Reality (VR) is going to change everything: the way we work, the way we live, the way we play. Still, for every truly transformative technology,...