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  1. Advanced Diploma delay announced

    21 Apr 2009

    The introduction of one of the government's new Diploma qualifications for England has been delayed by a year.

  2. East Midlands science educators debate careers of the future

    16 Apr 2009

    Science or the City? Are students more likely to opt for promising careers in science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM) over the appeal of rewards in City jobs? Just one of the themes likely to crop-up as leading science educators and careers professionals meet in Loughborough for the fourth East Midlands STEM Partnership Forum on Wednesday 29 April 2009.

  3. Space Academy – Space School UK Competition

    14 Apr 2009

    GCSE and A Level students could win a fully funded place on the Space School UK programme at the University of Leicester.  The UK’s first Space Academy, based at the National Space Centre, is offering 35 students from the East Midlands the opportunity to have a summer that really is “out of this world”.

  4. City and Guilds on the look out for superstars!

    09 Apr 2009

    Are you waving the flag for female engineers everywhere? City & Guilds are looking for superstar case studies that can be used in the media, on the City & Guilds website, and corporate/non-corporate publications.

  5. Council debates the image of science in the media

    07 Apr 2009

    The role of science and innovation in the media was debated by council members and students from Nottingham Trent and Lincoln Universities at the East Midlands Innovation Council meeting, which took place recently at East Midlands Development Agency (emda).

  6. NESTA FameLab is back!

    07 Apr 2009

  7. New STEM Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance Pack

    02 Apr 2009

    The new STEM Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance Pack went live on 1st April 2009.

  8. I am not a maths student but after today I regret not being one

    02 Apr 2009

    I am not a maths student but after today I regret not being one! It was one of the most informative, funny and engaging groups of lectures I have gone to see.

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