On Friday 6 November 2020, 11 life scientists and science communicators, and 11 mathematicians and computer scientists, from across the world, were recognised for their scientific achievements and the work they do to promote STEM for the next generation.
In traditionally male-dominated fields, such as STEM (for science, technology, engineering and mathematics), only two of every ten positions are occupied by women.
As part of the celebrations to mark British Science Week, Robert Gordon University brought together organisations from across Orkney for pupils to take part in an interactive exhibition of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
The event takes place on Wednesday 11 March from 7pm to 8.30pm in the Robert Rendall Building within the Orkney Research and Innovation Campus in Stromness.
The success of the STEM bursary programme saw 107 bursaries approved totalling more than £2 million
“Students from Sanday and Stronsay schools took part in the Bloodhound Challenge , yesterday Wednesday 8th March”.
“Stromness Academy and Orkney College UHI combine together to provide professional development opportunity for student teacher”