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13 Jan 2020

For the love of science

Author: Helen Bell, science teacher, 13 January 2020

Helen Bell writes about retraining as a science teacher after a ten-year break.
07 Jan 2020

The Mystery Filling

Author: Angus Wark, Reference Services Team Leader, National Library of Scotland

Angus Wark shares what it’s like working as a librarian at the National Library of Scotland.
17 Dec 2019

Climate Emergency to Climate Opportunity

Author: Dr Martin Valenti, Head of Climate Enterprise, Scottish Enterprise

Dr Martin Valenti looks at the complex climate change challenges we face and how we can collaborate to tackle them.
10 Dec 2019

Haber-Bosch: the catalytic process that feeds the world

Author: Yalinu Poya, University of Glasgow PhD student and UK STEM Ambassador.

Yalinu Poya, University of Glasgow PhD student and UK STEM Ambassador shares her award-winning research into the catalytic process that feeds the world, and encouragement for future #WomenInSTEM
03 Dec 2019

What I know about knowledge

Author: Lynn Killick, Senior Policy Analysis Officer, SFC

SFC's Lynn Killick on how we can shape society through our approach to information.
21 Nov 2019

The ‘triple helix’ of Scottish engineering

Author: Dr Caroline Cantley, Executive Director of the Scottish Research Partnership in Engineering

Dr Caroline Cantley, Executive Director of the Scottish Research Partnership in Engineering (SRPe) re-caps SRPe’s inaugural conference.
18 Nov 2019

Letters of equality

Author: Caroline Hutchison, Equality and Diversity Officer, Glasgow Clyde College

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion = Educate, Develop and Influence
06 Nov 2019

Seeing things as they are

Author: Adrian Lui, Equality and Diversity Advisor, Glasgow Caledonian University

Adrian Lui identifies a gap between perception and reality.
21 Oct 2019

Let’s talk about diversity

Author: Karen Watt, Chief Executive, Scottish Funding Council

Karen introduces SFC’s new blog series about diversity.
14 Oct 2019

Engendering STEM

Author: Douglas Morrison, City of Glasgow College

Douglas Morrison reports on a project investigating why the gender imbalance in STEM jobs persists, and new ways of working with employers to address it.

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