Inputting Inclusivity

The significance of diversity within the technology industry is an ongoing issue- but what are the root causes, and what can we learn from them? From familiar challenges such as gender & ethnicity, to more overlooked difficulties like having a criminal background & neurodiversity, we discuss how embracing diversity reshapes people and businesses to be more innovative. Read more

Education | Building girls' confidence in STEM with CREST Awards

There is still a significant gender gap in STEM subjects - engaging girls is crucial. Emma Smart, a science teacher at Bedford Girls school, tells us how she ran CREST Awards in lesson time with her Year 8 class, and saw the on-going positive effects as they moved up through the school. Read more

Guest blog | Amplifying youth voices on the climate crisis and clean energy

Director of Curieus Games, Miguel Trenkel-Lopez, tells us about his experience at the Conference Of Parties as a youth advocate, and why engaging with the next generation is key to developing successful climate and clean energy policies. Read more

Looking through the lens of climate change

Focusing on an event from this year’s annual British Science Festival at University of Exeter, we discuss the effectiveness of communicating climate change through environmental photography, with an interactive walk exploring your own personal camerawork skills. Read more

Ask an Archaeologist Day: Answering your questions

For #AskAnArchaeologistDay, we asked a team of talented archaeologists (and one ancient historian) from the University of Exeter taking part in this year’s British Science Festival, to answer some of your questions. From a dig that surpassed expectations, to what goes into preparing for a new site – the team ‘dig’ into these archaeology questions, and more. Read more