Here are the winners of the “All-STEM, All-Stars” competition!
The "All-STEM, All-Stars" competition is over! More than one hundred teachers participated submitting more than 230 entries across Europe displaying how they engaged thousands of students and teachers and more than 400 companies and SMEs across Europe around innovative STEM education activities. The jury selected the 12 winners that will be awarded with an all-expenses-paid trip to the STEM Alliance High Level Event that will be held in Brussels in December 2017.Read More
Europe’s youngsters to debate about the contribution of Petrochemistry and Plastics in the Digital Age
Based on the successful experience of the 2016 European Youth Debating Competition (EYDC), where over 500 students (16 -19 years old) participated across Europe, the EYDC is back for 2017!Read More
Collaboration between schools and industry could help align curricula to develop skills needed for jobs
Schools and industry should join forces to increase the level of skills in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and better prepare pupils for careers in the sector, according to Marc Durando, Executive Director of European Schoolnet, a network of 31 European ministries of education.Read More
Scientists, engineers and STEM professionals go back to school to respond to skills gap
STEM Discovery Week 2017 is being celebrated on 24-30 April with various face-to-face and online events that underline the importance of school and industry collaboration, to address the current shortage of STEM students and professionals in Europe.Read More
T3 Europe launches a content portal of resources designed by teachers for teachers
T3 Europe (T cubed Europe) is an association of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) teachers across Europe, sponsored by STEM Alliance's partner Texas Instruments Education Technology.Read More
CA TECHNOLOGIES - STEM Alliance State of Play
The STEM Alliance brings together Industries, Ministries of Education and other stakeholders to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education and careers to young European's and address anticipated future skills gaps within the European Union.Read More
Join now STEM Alliance’s brand new “Professionals Go Back To School” Scheme!
The "STEM Professionals Go Back To School" (PGB2S) scheme is a STEM Alliance programme to engage company professionals (technicians, engineers, researchers, employment managers, etc.) to visit schools and participate in collaborative activities for one hour to half a day.Read More
“Why don’t European girls like STEM subjects?” Microsoft publish the most in-depth research and outlines the reasons
According to OECD data, in the European Union, less than one in five computer science graduates is a woman. One of the outlined reasons is that the interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM subjects) drops off very early before becoming an interesting career prospect.Read More
STEM ambassador's students from UK made it to the final of the Big Bang Competition
Six students from Loreto Grammar School in Altrincham, England, have made it through to the final of The Big Bang UK Young Scientists and Engineers Competition. Elaine Manton, STEM Ambassador in the UK, says their contribution was inspired by Scientix and STEM Alliance!Read More
Join our new STEM careers MOOC!
STEM Alliance is co-organising a Massive Open Online Course together with Systemic - funded by Erasmus+ - and Scientix - funded by Horizon2020 - focused on encouraging students to pursue STEM careers - 'Opening minds to STEM careers' MOOC for STEM teachers'. Read below to find out how to register and participate!Read More