Latest Blog Posts

Annual report published

NUSTEM's vision is:
A vibrant and sustainable STEM sector which…
29 September, 2022/by Carol

Exploring STEM Engagement with Engineering Students

Over the last few NUSTEM colleagues from NUSTEM have been working…
11 May, 2022/by Joe Shimwell

Lessons from the National Pupil Database

Many years ago, when NUSTEM was still Think Physics, we developed…
26 April, 2022/by Carol
Poster: this class has gone 0 days without singing 'We don't talk about Bruno'

We don’t talk about Pluto

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJPHK5NNtpQ

If you haven't…
14 March, 2022/by Jonathan

STEM person of the week volunteers wanted

We know that children (and adults) often have a stereotypical…
14 February, 2022/by Carol
Adult and child playing

Improving diversity in STEM sectors Infographic

Diverse teams produce more creative and innovative solutions…
20 August, 2021/by Carol

How do people who work in STEM describe themselves?

Does your work involve science, technology, engineering or…
19 April, 2021/by Carol

Children’s early career choices

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Hamish Johnston…
3 April, 2021/by Carol

Maximising impact of STEM outreach

There are many, many organisations that want to increase diversity…
1 December, 2020/by Carol

Teaching Careers in Primary School

Our research at NUSTEM has shown that children have very gendered…
12 October, 2020/by Carol

Gearing up for remote workshops

As our partner primary schools well know, the sharp end of NUSTEM…
11 August, 2020/by Jonathan

NUSTEM COVID-19 Update

18 March, 2020/by Carol

Theory of Change paper published

You might have noticed common threads appearing through our…
30 January, 2020/by Jonathan

Shortlisted – UK Career Development Awards

Friends of NUSTEM will know that we have been supporting…
30 January, 2020/by Carol

Airbus GEDC Diversity Award – Shortlisted

It’s not just us who bang on about diversity in the engineering…
28 January, 2020/by Jonathan

Kate back in Antarctica

Last year, we followed Dr. Kate Winter's trip to the Princess…
27 January, 2020/by Jonathan

Tales of Engineering – making magnificent things with children and their families …

After a few months of developing our website and getting our…
13 January, 2020/by Antonio Portas

STEM jobs at Museums Northumberland

NUSTEM have been collaborating with Museums Northumberland this…
11 December, 2019/by Carol

First conNecTed device prototypes

Our friends from the Life Science Centre visited us today, and…
22 November, 2019/by Jonathan