An annual science and technology festival is returning to the Granite City this summer.
Teams of youngsters have programmed robots, filtered water and built egg-protecting devices in a series of science challenges.
Schools “don’t have enough bodies on the ground” to teach science, maths, engineering and technology (Stem) subjects effectively to younger children, teachers have told MSPs.
A scheme aimed at improving education in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) has been so successful in Moray that it is being adopted nationwide.
Tore and Munlochy primary school children have been preparing for the future by designing and building electric powered cars.
A reduction in the range of subjects studied by secondary pupils has led to fewer children studying science and languages including Gaelic, it has been claimed.
A new scheme to encourage young people into STEM subjects will bring space exploration to Aberdeen.
A group of young people from Inverness have built on early success to make it to the next stage of an international Lego competition.
North-east school pupils will showcase their work to industry professionals at TechFest’s STEM in the Pipeline event.
Ambitious plans for a £14million college campus will be delivered to planners and funders next month, the director of finance at West Highland college has confirmed.
School pupils have been enjoying some hands-on work experience at the RAF Lossiemouth this week as part of an event to promote the Stem subjects.
People of all ages are expected to flock to events across Aberdeen this weekend as a major technology festival celebrates its silver anniversary.
Calls have been made for an “urgent” review of subject choices in Scottish schools amid claims the country’s educational reputation is being “squandered”.
Black Panther star Letitia Wright has joined forces with oil and gas firm Shell to inspire more girls to enter Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) careers.
Aberdeen University has revised its plans for a £35 million science centre to let passersby glimpse the “world-leading” experiments taking place inside.
The UK’s subsea sector hopes to reap rewards from some of the young talent on show at an event in Aberdeen yesterday.
A fourth year pupil at Culloden Academy in Inverness has been selected to take part in a Global STEM Alliance.
It has a Viking past and it seems a Norse future.
Ministers have been urged to step in to avert a “disaster” for pupils in schools hit by teacher shortages.
A north-east teaching crisis is forcing pupils to drop classes in key subjects while others are having to travel to different schools to pick up vital grades.
North-east medical students will take to the stage at a science and technology festival to reveal how their research could revolutionise the way acute and chronic diseases are treated.
An Aberdeen-based global financial firm is supporting a scheme which encourages young people in London to get involved with science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
The science behind why certain wines and foods mix well together will be explored at this year's TechFest.
Sarah Chew is a person who is very passionate about her job with TechFest. Fresh from a day’s skydiving, she tells Natasha Mckim about the amazing programme of events coming up
There’s fun for all the family at TechFest 2015. Cheryl Livingstone takes a look at some of the highlights not to miss
Gabriel Alhucema-Brown, a graduate structural engineer with Petrofac in Aberdeen, is passionate about promoting engineering, and the industry as a whole, to the younger generation. As a result, he is an active member of ICE (Institution of Civil Engineers) which sees him act as an ambassador for both STEM-related subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and structural engineering.