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Why a career in science is for me video and poster

How do you encourage those students who really do like science but cannot see themselves in a science-based career?

Many students struggle to think of more than a handful of scientific careers so this new careers video and poster from the Royal Society, aimed at students aged 11 to 16, aims to demonstrate...

A design for swimming

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.

Engineering on a mission compilation video

This video shows a compilation of the Engineer on a Mission videos from Tomorrow's Engineers.  

Girls in STEM

This resource contains four PowerPoint presentations educating Year 5 girls on professions within the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The four presentations; Gender stereotypes and equality, The world of work, Influencers and role models and Hopes and aspirations, and include discussion...

Green bus

This activity sheet includes a range of activities including researching how buses can be powered in more sustainable and environmentally friendly ways, a quiz and a world jumble. The resource also gives a web link allowing pupils to further explore any questions they may have, learn fun facts and discover a range...

This is Engineering: How I got here

These video iare a brilliant introduction to an engineering event, assembly or presentation.

This resource forms part of the This is Engineering campaign.

 

This is Engineering: Helping the environment

This video introduces the idea that engineers are working to save lives and save our planet. "Save energy, save materials, save lives. Some of the biggest challenges we face stem from how we interact with our environment, and engineering is at the heart of finding sustainable solutions. From renewable power...

Targeting cancerous cells

Professor Rebecca Shipley leads a team developing tools to understand the structure of cancerous tissues. She was inspired to start working in engineering because she wanted to work on innovations that can make a difference to people's lives. In the video she talks about one of her current projects, understanding...

Stemming the flood

Hiba Khan keeps people's homes safe from flooding and erosion. She works for Mott MacDonald, keeping people safe and healthy by protecting their homes and environments. In this video she talks about a project in Bangladesh that is combatting river erosion.

Science Education Tracker

Young people’s views on science education and careers.

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