Reading is good for you. Research shows that. And what reading could possibly be more exciting than reading about all the different developments in different STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields! … More The 2019 STEM Reading Challenge
Last week, on November 10th, it was World Science Day for Peace and Development. This event was established in 2001 and aims to promote the role of science in society and how it relates to peace and development.
And what would be a better example than that of Linus Pauling, an incredible chemist who won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry and a Nobel Peace Prize? … More Linus Pauling- World Science Day for Peace and Development
It’s International Coffee Day! But have you ever wondered what steps go into creating your daily cup? … More How Coffee is Made
Welcome to the month of June, the sixth month of the year … but we won’t actually be exactly halfway through the year until midnight July 2nd! Anyway, we’re on to see another compilation of the great works, births, death and achievements of many scientists and ‘normal’ people who dabbled in invention, including believe-it-or-not, an 11 year-old! … More June Science
Welcome to the month of May, a month of discovery, adventure, dreams and a couple well-mourned deaths. … More May the Science be with us
It’s April, the 4th month of year, and the month that is traditionally opened with April Fool’s Day! It’s also a month that we’ve said goodbye to many famous scientists, while also opening the doors to new people and discoveries. … More April Science!
First day in March! Hurray! But really, this was a big month for magic, some Nobel prize winners and for inventors and patents. I mean heaps of really normal, everyday things that we take for granted all turned up in March! … More March in Science History
Do you know what day the 11th of February is? It’s the International Day of Women and Girls in Science … More STEMinist