Issy Murray discusses the Christmas toy that inspired her to become a scientist.
Catherine Lloyd explains the barriers preventing many minorities from entering STEM, and discusses the actions needed to be taken to encourage more diversity in science.
Harry Caton, Senior Online Editor, compares the legacy of Apollo 11 to controversial proprosed projects of today.
Elinor Jones, Print Science Editor, provides some useful hints and tips to those studying STEM degrees at uni.
Callum Dinnett talks about Alan Turing, a World War II hero who was abandoned by his country, and is now receiving the credit he deserves.
Natalie Tongue voices her contempt towards the misogynistic attack against Katie Bouman, responsible for the first ever photo of a black hole.
On Thursday 6th October, the Computer Science and Mathematics departments at the University of Exeter were awarded the prestigious Athena SWAN Silver award, which works to promote gender equality in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) careers. The two departments, which both belong to the University’s College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, have released […]
It was confirmed last week that the University of Exeter will continue to host the largest celebration of STEM subjects in the South West for a further two years. Focusing on encouraging students from across the region to participate in science, technology, engineering and maths, the fair is known to attract over 2,000 young people […]