The James Dyson Foundation have created STEM Challenge Cards designed for both children and adults to get stuck into experiments at home.
A new drive to develop skills in the medical technologies sector will be led by the University of Leeds as part of a £6.1 million investment from the Higher Education Council for England (HEFCE).
The Faculty of Engineering Employability Team have been shortlisted in the National Undergraduate Employability (NUE) Awards 2017 for the ‘Best University Placement Service’.
Research into innovative medical technologies, spanning the Faculties of Engineering and Biological Sciences, has been recognised in the Government’s Industrial Strategy Life Sciences Sector Deal.
The government has named 2018 the Year of Engineering as part of an initiative that will offer young engineers across the UK vast opportunity - a major push to tackle a skills gap.