Thinking outside the box

Science Capital: making science relevant

Many young people see science as irrelevant to them, as the academic nature of much of the science taught in secondary schools appears to be geared towards those who are going to end up wearing white coats in labs or being doctors. Or at least that’s how it can be perceived, not just by young people, but their families as well...

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Become an OVO Energy Innovator

Become an OVO Energy Innovator and help us have a positive impact on our planet for generations to come!

OVO Energy is looking for creative solutions that tackle the core barriers to cycling and encourage more people to pedal their way to a zero-carbon future. If you think you’ve got a great, sustainable idea that...

STEM Ambassador activity with robots

Full STEAM ahead: bringing engineering to life

In June, ten intrepid Network Rail volunteers, ranging from IT Apprentice to Transformation Director, put on their STEM t-shirts and ventured into a local primary school to support their STEAM week.

We kicked off the event by running the whole-school assembly and it was lovely to see some familiar faces from when...

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Take on the Ultimate STEM Challenge

BP has launched the Ultimate STEM Challenge, a competition in partnership with the Science Museum and STEMNET. This year, students aged 11-14 across the UK are being challenged to use their science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills to develop energy efficient solutions to real-world challenges. Pupils...

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