Can social media be a useful resource for teachers? We think so. Read on for some tips on getting involved and finding inspiring STEM education groups, creators, and content.
Looking for a user-friendly interactive map-based educational tool on the ocean? Dive into the European Atlas of the Seas!
Can we meet all our energy needs with renewables? How can energy models help us to explore the future of energy? And how can we all become part of the energy transition?
A whole new world: you may have heard of rocky planets, gas giants and ice giants, but what about water worlds? Learn about the discovery of an entirely new planet type.
Fabrics are not just for fashion: explore the processes materials science engineers use when selecting fabrics by designing a parachute.
Great and small: use this photomicroscopy project to explore the way structure relates to function and the links between science and art.
Always wanted to do coding with your students but not sure where to start? Learn how with this step-by-step guide to create a timer using a micro:bit computer.
Fighting fake facts: When a Covid test shows a positive result with cola, does testing make sense? To answer this, one must understand how antigen tests and buffers work.
Pocketful of sunshine: build a solar cooker and learn about the thermoelectric effect with Peltier modules.