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University of Bath celebrates achievements of women in STEM with “Sulis Minerva Day”

8 months ago — 1.5 min read

May 11th will see the University of Bath celebrate the achievements of women in science, engineering, technology and maths with "Sulis Minerva Day".

TV tech campaigner Maggie Philbin among tech figures recognised in the New Years Honours list

11 months ago — 1 min read

Good news for STEM as TV tech campaigner Maggie Philbin is given an OBE in this year New Years Honours list. The honour recognises Maggie for her work in sparking...

UK Universities secure £4.5 million fund to create new Degree Apprenticeship opportunities

1 year ago — 3.5 min read

18 universities across the UK are celebrating securing a share of a £4.5 million development fund to create thousands of new degree apprenticeships. There are currently only around 1000 degree...

James Dyson launches a new university to bridge the UKs engineering skills gap

1 year ago — 1.5 min read

Billionaire inventor James Dyson has set up a brand new £15m institute of technology in Wiltshire to boost Britains ability to compete with Asian nations Yes, that is a restored...

A-level results 2016: Increases in number of girls in STEM subjects

1 year ago — 1 min read

Girls entering the core STEM subjects - science, technology, engineering and mathematics - at A-level have increased again this year. This year's A-level results show a stable pattern compared with...

Loughborough University develop revolutionary explosive detection device

2 years ago — 1 min read

Loughborough University has unveiled a new device that can identify tiny amounts of explosive particles invisible to the naked eye. ExDtect – the brainchild of Loughborough professor John Tyler uses...