Radio 4, Material World
Mentioning the Horrible Noises experiment for Radio 4 ‘So You Want To Be A Scientist’ that took place at The Big Bang Fair at The NEC, Birmingham. Starts around 12.15
Pupils aim to go out with a bang at science contest
MORE than 20 pupils from George Heriot’s School are set to compete in a national science and engineering competition.
Festival events support science
SCIENCE is hitting the town in a big way, hoping to encourage youngsters to think about it as a future career.
Patricia Woodhouse: Changing perceptions and inspiring girls to do science
It is more than 35 years since the Sex Discrimination Act came into force and 42 years since the introduction of the Equal Pay Act. Since this legislation was passed the number of women in the workforce has increased dramatically; yet in many areas large inequalities still remain.
Niall, 18, explodes on to the national science scene
HOLY Cross College student Niall Briggs has been named one of the top young scientists in the country.
Call for Big Bang judges
Business people are being encouraged to lend their expertise to the largest celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths for young people in the South West.
Science careers under the microscope
Science degrees are becoming increasingly popular with undergraduates, partly due to the 'TV effect'. But choosing a career path means thinking outside the box
All together now
The Paul Jackson column: Industry and government must co-operate to reinvigorate and grow the UK manufacturing industry
A plan for apprenticeship success
The introduction of a 'degree-level' vocational qualification should raise the prestige of learning a trade, but what else can be done to develop the skilled workforce needed to drive economic growth?
A Big Bang call to Hertfordshire schools
EngineeringUK: inspiring young people
It's time to take apprenticeships seriously
Third place in UK Young Scientist of the Year competition for Norwich School student Katie Gaffney