STEM Rising is an outreach effort to showcase the US Department of Energy’s extensive programmes, events, competitions and resources for STEM learning.
Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research is developing today’s talent to be the leaders of tomorrow in STEM research and innovation.
BMW Group Education was set up twenty years ago to provide teachers and students with free, curriculum-linked educational resources.
The Pan American Development Foundation is on a mission to give all children in Latin America and the Caribbean the skills they need for the 21st century.
Discover the playful pedagogy, championed by LEGO’s Playful Schools and Tech & Play Lead, Ollie Bray.
Find out how LEGO Education works with teachers to deliver playful learning experiences that bring subjects to life in the classroom, and make learning fun and impactful.
Find out how ICSE supports teachers with practice-related research and its transfer into practice, helping improve STEM education across Europe.
Find out how the NAS is engaging students and challenging them to solve the environmental engineering issues of the 21st century
Find out more about the South African organisation engaging with communities and spreading the joy of STEM education.
Find out more about Scientistt.net, a networking and recruitment platform that aims to build connections and foster collaborations within the research community.
CSIRO is leading an Australian regional project known as Generation STEM, a ten-year investment into the development and retention of STEM skills in New South Wales.
4-H Canada offers innovative, youth-centred programs that provide meaningful, positive experiences for youth in Canada.
The Organization of Biological Field Stations (OBFS) supports research, education and outreach programmes, and offers teachers an insight into the benefits of outdoor education
The European Geosciences Union is committed to supporting geoscience teaching in Europe and beyond and offers dedicated CPD workshops and teaching resources for teachers
Kehkashan Basu founded the Green Hope Foundation when she was only 12 years old. She is promoting our environmental research articles to Green Hope’s 120 future academies.
Discover how Curious Minds and its Participatory Science Platform encourages young people, teachers, schools and researchers to work together to create a Nation of Curious Minds in New Zealand.
Find out why the Government of New Zealand set out a ten-year goal for better engagement between science, technology and society
Based in Canada, hEr VOLUTION provides opportunities for young women, especially those from underserved communities, to access careers in STEM.
Find a career best suited to your personality and skills with the online careers matching app My Careers Options.
Scientix is a European-wide science education community that offers free classroom resources, lesson plans, CPD, networking events and more – all created by EU-funded research projects.
Jon Chase uses raps to talk about science to an audience of all ages – from reception to retirement. The majority of his material is aimed at Key Stage 2-5.
Whether you’re imaginative, confident, logical, creative, organised – or shy, even – there are so many well paid and rewarding jobs in the sciences for young […]
Dr Ajay Sharman, Stem Learning’s Network Lead for London and South East, tells us about the crucial role of the STEM Ambassadors programme […]
Connected Science Learning is one of the NSTA’s five journals for teachers. President-Elect and Field Editor shows us why external STEM […]
John Volanthen – one of the cave rescue divers who saved the young football team in the Tham Luang Cave in Thailand – is CEO of his computing consultancy […]
Anna Morrison, Founder and Director of Amazing Apprenticeships – an organisation that works on behalf of the UK Government’s National Apprenticeship […]