The Technology, Design and Innovation Challenge is a celebration of design and technology in schools, run annually by the Manufacturing Technologies Association.
This four million US Dollar prize fund is divided between organizations, individuals and high schools who have demonstrated four key criteria: Impact, Innovation, Leadership and Long Term Vision.
Teachers working in England are invited to apply for grants of up to £15,000 to fund year-long pilot demonstrating innovative practice in English, maths or science teaching.
Mercers Comany Education Programme invites applications for grants to improve the availability and quality of educational opportunities for children and young adults, especially in London and in particular areas of...
As part of Southern Water's regional competition around saving water, nineteen students from key stages 3 and 4 united came up with a solution to save water, by recycling 'grey'...
BBC Learning and CBBC’s Newsround have launched a very exciting new competition aimed at groups of primary school children aged between 8 and 11.
The UCL Horizons 2013 Year 12 Summer Challenge is now open for applications!
12 teams from schools across London built and raced miniature Lego hydrogen powered cars across a vast committee room at City Hall.
The Institute of Biomedical Science have published an in-depth interview with STEM Ambassador Sandra Richards, discussing what inspires her to volunteer, what's involved, how it benefits her profession, and...
The British Science Association have published a new guide for teachers on running student-led inquiry projects.
Grants up to £500 available for teachers to spend on STEM Directory listed activities
Register your school group to visit the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition.
STEMNET congratulates STEM Ambassador Neeraj Sunger for reaching the finals of the EEF Future Manufacturing Awards.
Entry opens for Google's online science competition, the Google Science Fair 2013.