Resources by Neon
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A colourful display poster showing ten reasons to to inspire young learners to consider the exciting and meaningful careers available in science, technology, engineering and maths.
This poster shows 100 exciting job roles that link to science, technology, engineering and maths.
Be inspired by the array of jobs you could consider in the future if you keep your options open with maths and science:
- Space structures engineer
- Stadium designer
- Flood modeller...
Ellen Harper is a masters student currently working at Poolpod and works on getting people with restricted mobility swimming through inclusive design. In this video she talks about the Poolpod lift, a device that allows the user to take a submersible wheelchair into a swimming pool.
This booklet for young people in the UK who are making decisions about their next steps, and the different routes into the engineering sector, including T Levels, apprenticeships, degree apprenticeships and degrees.
Zavier is a 21 year old apprentice working on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Stadium transformation project. Watch the video to find out what parts of the project Zavier works on, how he got into engineering and more.
Angela helped bring London's King's Cross railway station - one of the UK's busiest stations - up to date and make it a pleasant place to work or wait for a train.
Sean's mission to get more people engaged in playing sports. He helped develop a new artificial pitch which allows the community to use the pitch all year round with improved playability. It provides a great example of how engineering can widen access to people for sports facilities.
Oliver works for Mott MacDonald and help to build transport links. This includes providing an access road to a new hospital. Oliver got to use lots of different new software and come up with a 3D model of the access road and bridges along it.
Engineers like Philippa use technology to help keep us safe and well-informed as we travel around the country’s roads. They’re installing cameras that measure traffic speed and watch out for accidents and hazards, or information boards that let you know when there’s a jam. They’re also planning the road network and...
This resource teaches students how to code through a series of physical computing and practical activities which explore the essential role engineers have in search, save and rescue missions.
This resource is designed to provide practical and contextualized applications where people can see the role that...