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The UK must address the increasing number of science skills shortages to maintain its world-leading position for medicines and vaccines research and development, says the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI).
Despite blockchain experiencing incredible growth over the last decade, gender diversity and the technical skills gap remain a growing burden.
Dr Suzanna M. Rose from the Office to Advance Women, Equity & Diversity, Academic Affairs shares her views on working towards a university climate of inclusive excellence when it comes to the representation of women and minorities in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)
The UK Hydrographic Office has been awarded Highly Commended STEM Inspiration Awards ahead of National STEM Day, in recognition of their outstanding commitment to encouraging young people into science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers
STEM, four little letters that stand for big subjects: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Careers within STEM account for 20% of the UK's total workforce, employing close to 5.8 million people. Clearly - STEM matters
The important mission of the National Science Foundation when it comes to fostering excellence in undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education for all students in the U.S. is placed under the spotlight by Open Access Government
87% of parents feel children would be more engaged with science lessons if teaching used the most advanced technology
IET is today calling for a more balanced curriculum across the nation’s schools to ensure young people have a rounded knowledge and the skills needed to pursue further education and careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)
Environmental undergraduate research: Creating a generation of citizen scientists one local problem at a...
On environmental undergraduate research, Professors Tom Landerholm and Kelly McDonald discuss their plan to focus all of their students on the research needed for a local river to recover
Nancy Thomson, CEO of Thomson ecology, provides an insight on how to make it in the STEM sector as we continue to celebrate International Women's Day
Gaming entrepreneur, Jessica Saunders, speaks out about her successful career in the male-dominated industry as we celebrate International Women’s Day 2018
National Apprenticeship Week (NAW2018) – running from Monday 5th to Friday 9th March - brings together employers and apprentices from across England to celebrate the success of apprenticeships
Dr. Herb Schroeder from the Alaska Native Science & Engineering Programme (ANSEP) outlines why it’s integral to develop the skills of Alaska Native students
Melvin Hoare, University of Leeds discusses how the UK's Newton Fund is helping developing nations to engage in science and research.
Elena Makarova, University of Vienna, on the obstacles women have to overcome to work in STEM, and how teachers can support their gender career choice.
Theresa May is to set out her flagship Modern Industrial Strategy today, the policy which sits at the core of her government’s vision for post-Brexit Britain The Prime Minister is using her first regional Cabinet meeting today to launch a new, more interventionist industrial strategy aimed at bridging the productivity...
The new apprenticeship levy could help address the skills gap in the UK, argues Penny Hydraulics’ general manager Jess Penny If you work within the UK’s engineering and manufacturing sector, you’ll be well aware of the industry’s current skills shortage. Without a pool of top-quality talent to draw from, businesses...
Quantum technology is a rapidly developing field, with great potential for nanoelectronic applications, as Dr Takis Kontos relates Many machines made by mankind can be considered as hybrid systems to a large extent. An old windmill, for example, combines the softness of the sails with the stiffness of the wood...
Despite some progress, women are still underrepresented in positions of academic leadership across the world. Colette Fagan, Professor, Deputy Dean and Vice Dean for Research at the University of Manchester asks why The situation has improved since the 1970s but across the world women still occupy only a minority of academic...
Clair Prosser, Press Officer at BSRIA highlights how the organisation are hoping to inspire engineers of the future Engineers changed the world and turned imagination into reality. There isn’t a facet of the modern world that hasn’t been touched by engineering. Engineers – and indeed those who take up the...