Engineering and computing

What has engineering got to do with computing?

Engineering offers different ways of learning in computing, from problem-solving techniques to systems for managing code development. There are also many, many routes into engineering and technical careers open to students interested in computing.

Britain needs engineers. With around 25% of GDP being generated in...

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Growing up, my father and brother were both engineers, so we were always having fun designing, building and fixing things. When I came to choosing a career, I wanted one that I would enjoy and be good at, that would be useful to society, something practical and creative but also challenging. Engineering was really my only...

Computing newbies: dive right in!

This September, lots of you will be diving into computing at the deep end. Don’t worry, there’s tonnes of help available to stay afloat.

As computing continues to replace ICT in secondary schools across the country, some of you will be teaching computing for the first time in the new academic year. This...

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Get involved with International Women in Engineering Day

International Women in Engineering Day takes place annually on 23 June and aims to raise the profile of the amazing career opportunities open to females in this vast and varied industry.Organised by the Women’s Engineering Society, this year’s theme is “Raising the Bar”. As 2018 is the Year of Engineering, this year’s International Women in...

Catalyst magazine: subscribe today for cutting-edge science straight to your door

Edition 31 of our Catalyst magazine is now online. With articles on unravelling genetics, climate change vs wildlife and looking for life in our solar system, we think it is a fascinating read.It arrives with a booklet of teachers' notes, full of ideas and lesson plans to bring the articles to life in your classroom.Catalyst is a termly...

The Royal Institution Summer Schools are back

Throughout July and August, the Royal Institution (Ri) is running a series of hands-on workshops, bringing to life all areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.Students can take part in a variety of sessions led by experts from across industry and academia. The workshops cover everything from extracting DNA and building underwater...

Skills shortage costing STEM sector £1.5bn

current shortfall of 173,000 skilled workers as 89% of STEM businesses struggle to recruitnew STEM roles expected to double in next 10 years: businesses warn of economic impact if skills shortage continuesSTEM Learning calls for businesses to join its efforts to grow the future STEM workforceUK STEM businesses have warned of a growing skills...

Teachers around the UK receive ENTHUSE Celebration Awards

The regional winners of this year’s ENTHUSE Celebration Awards have been announced for Scotland and the North and South of the UK, and put forward for our national final at The Royal Society in June.At celebratory events held at Transport for London’s historic headquarters in London, and the Centre for Life science village in Newcastle upon Tyne,...

Inspiring the next generation: how Lubrizol are making a name in the community

A global chemical company, Lubrizol may not be a common household name, yet their products and technologies are in the things we use each day including shampoos, soaps, medicine, on surfaces and in fluids in vehicles, electronic devices and household plumbing systems.The company is firmly committed to making a contribution to...

D&T Association Summer School 2018

The D&T Association Summer School for 2018 is back at De Montfort University, Leicester, this July.This two-day event will address the challenges facing D&T and offer sessions such as:developing D&T and creating a conducive environment for D&T in your schoolsustainability and the 17 UNsustainable development goalsextending the use...

Joint report shows direction of travel for support for STEM Ambassadors

STEM Learning, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), have released a new report representing a year’s work into how to further improve the effectiveness and impact of the STEM Ambassadors programme.STEM Ambassadors are volunteers representing a vast range of STEM-related jobs and...

National Numeracy Day

It seems strange that many people seem happy to admit in public that they are not numbers people. Numbers play such a big part in all of our lives. From household budgeting, to shopping, cooking, planning a journey or working out our team’s chance of winning the league. We all use numbers every day. Despite this, one in every two ...

A day on neuroscience: learning, creativity and consciousness

Join The Weekend University on Sunday 29 April 2018 for a full day of talks from some of the UK's leading psychologists and university professors.Taking place at Birkbeck University of London, this day will feature talks on neuroscience, including lectures on:neuroscience and creativity – Professor Vincent Walsh, UCLthe neuroscience of learning –...

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