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Would you like to help girls engage with Physics? Or  make sure your science engagement is inclusive? May you'd just like to know how strong your unconscious bias is? The Science Communication Unit at UWE Bristol has published a new practitioner (More)
How much do you value STEM? That will depend on your “science capital”, that is, how much science you’ve been exposed to. Science capital is based on the idea of social capital – that all of us have differing amounts of cultural beliefs, v (More)
Supporting women and girls in engineering Women Like Me is a peer mentoring and outreach project for women in engineering, based at the University of the West of England (UWE), supported by the WISE Bristol Hub and STEM Ambassador Hub West England (More)
Science Communication Unit wrote: Engineering Our Future - Event videos!
If you were an engineer, what would you do? 2712 children from across the South West answered this question with their designs to solve real-world problems. The Leaders Awards is organised by Primary Engineer, helping children to meet rea (More)
Following International Women in Engineering Day on 23rd June, 135 female students in Years 9-11 from across the South West had the chance to participate in hands-on activities, demonstrating the ways in which engineering careers impact many aspects (More)
2712 children from across the South West answered this question with their designs to solve real-world problems. The Leaders Awards is organised by Primary Engineer, helping children to meet real-life engineers. Led by Laura Fogg Rogers, UWE Bris (More)
2018 is the Year of Engineering, a Government-led national campaign to increase awareness among young people, their parents and their teachers of what engineers do. This year, UWE Bristol and DE&S  (the MOD's Defence, Equipment and Support organ (More)
The Christmas Lectures are an internationally known landmark of the Science Communication landscape, and we refer to it in our teaching as one of the earliest examples of scientists engaging with the public with institutional backing. Physicist Micha (More)
Science Communication Unit wrote: Women Like Me
Engineering our Future (this article first appeared on the Engineering our Future blog at UWE) Only 11% of engineers in the UK are women. Is this enough? No, it's really not – we have an engineering skills shortage as it is, and the low prop (More)
Leading on from International Women in Engineering Day on 23rd June, a week of engineering events organised by UWE Bristol at the end of June is set to showcase the creativity of current and future engineers across the South West. On 28th June, acti (More)