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Tomorrow’s Engineers careers resource pack

Tomorrow’s Engineers careers resource pack for teachers, ambassadors and advisers to use with groups of students.

This resource pack is intended to inform and inspire young people and their influencers about the exciting opportunities presented by a career in engineering. The pack contains useful guidelines...

Sports Technologist

Chris Holmes is a sports technologist for sports equipment manufacturer Adidas. This Department for Education clip is useful in showing students how a career such as this relies on a background of STEM study. Chris describes how he specialises in the development of sports balls. His job is to investigate the best...

How do you make a roast dinner?

Colourful poster from the Tasty Careers website illustrating the many different career roles involved in the production of a roast dinner.

How do you make a loaf of bread?

Colourful poster from the Tasty Careers website illustrating the many different career roles involved in the production of a loaf of bread.

How do you make a chicken salad?

Colourful poster from the Tasty Careers website illustrating the many different career roles involved in the production of a chicken salad.

How do you make fruit juice?

Colourful poster from the Tasty Careers website illustrating the many different career roles involved in the production of fruit juice.

How do you make fish fingers?

Colourful poster from the Tasty Careers website illustrating the many different career roles involved in the production of fish fingers.

How do you make butter?

Colourful poster from the Tasty Careers website illustrating the many different career roles involved in the production of butter.

Electrophoresis gel with annotation

Di-deoxy sequencing is a way to determine the order of bases (A,C,G and T) in a piece of DNA. A set of 4 lanes (one for each base) is needed to sequence any given piece of DNA. Wherever a black
band appears in a particular lane that base is present. By reading off the order of bands across the four lanes the...

Di-deoxy sequencing gel with annotation

Di-deoxy sequencing is a way to determine the order of bases (A,C,G and T) in a piece of DNA.  A set of 4 lanes (one for each base) is needed to sequence any given piece of DNA. Wherever a black band appears in a particular lane that base is present. By reading off the order of bands across the four lanes the...

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