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I would like to share with you an exciting outreach programme that we here at BuroHappold Engineering have developed. BuroHappold is a multi-disciplinary engineering and consulting firm, involved in almost all aspects of designing the built environment. As a company we coordinate numerous outreach opportunities,...
A set of 66 STEM Careers posters to develop children's knowledge of the range of STEM careers available to them.
The Make a Difference with a Career in Biology posters highlight the wide range of career paths that biologists can take.
This careers resource was jointly developed by the Biochemical Society, British Ecological Society, British Pharmacological Society, Microbiology Society, Society for Experimental Biology...
This game teaches students how instructions and data move from RAM to the CPU and internally between the various registers and the ALU in order to run a simple program (which takes 2 numbers, adds them and stroes the result in memory).
A-Level students have fed back that it really helped them in the exam...
Posters showing famous scientists and engineers, the SI unit that has been named after them and what the unit is a measure of. Includes the following geniuses:
- Georg Ohm
- Alessandro Volta
- Andre-Marie Ampere
- Heinrich Hertz
- Joseph Henry
- Michael Faraday
There does seem to be a shortage of good case studies (fictional or real) that are deailed enough to be useful but not overly-complex for level-3 students. I ended up creating my own case study based on a company I used to work for and similar companies I have worked with. I hope you find it useful.
Words to print for a sensory wall display.
In 1804 Scottish born Richard Trevithick invented the first working Steam Locomotive, initially used to transport resources. Trevithick's invention sparked a number of steam related transportation inventions, including George Stephenson infamous Rocket, the first passenger Steam Locomotive.
Ever thought about where you water comes from & how it gets to your taps? With the population of Victorian London growing water companies needed to construct a sophisticated network of pumps, pipes and filtration systems in order to deliver clean fresh drinking water.