As the UK suggests scrapping “pointless” GSCEs and reviewing post-16 education, we debate whether deep learning could be the solution.
UNESCO celebrates 2019 as the “international year of the periodic table” 150 years after it was first created by Dmitri Mendeleev.
Millions of people playing the Spider-Man video game are being introduced to principles of quantum mechanics, says Aaron Harrison at Chapman University
The UK Government has launched Fire It Up, a new scheme to encourage more young people into apprenticeships, but are they the right choice for you?
Ever wondered what it would be like to be taught STEM in virtual reality (VR)? If so, what form would it take?
Research from Aberdeen University has found that playing sport just might improve your performance in maths.
Think of a scientist on TV. What are they like? Are they white, male and a little bit geeky?
The US Government’s National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) have developed a five-year strategic plan to improve STEM education.
Scientists from Baylor University, Texas have found that a special incentive – in which students received extra marks on final exams for getting at least 8 hours of sleep – improved their grades.
The Hour of Code is a worldwide movement encouraging kids to delve into the weird and wonderful world of coding.
The IPCC has again convened to discuss how to address global warming. Their report has highlighted that to prevent future temperature increases, rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society will be required
The World Science Festival has created a new initiative – the World Science Scholars programme – and it aims to expand upon the mathematical prowess of talented STEM students.