I’m an Engineer, Stay at home is a free online service which puts school students in direct contact with real engineers.
The findings of the EngineeringUK Embedded Learning Teacher Survey indicate that teachers whose students have taken part in activities run by EngineeringUK, rate and recommended the programmes highly.
EngineeringUK is seeking enthusiastic STEM professionals from wide-ranging backgrounds to volunteer across one of its programmes for young people.
Hiba Khan handpicked for her work using engineering to make people safe from flooding
Rebecca Shipley handpicked for her work using computational modelling to predict effectiveness of cancer drugs
This is Engineering Day pledges to address the misrepresentation of engineers and engineering online and in popular culture.
Severin Skillman handpicked for his work using engineering to provide technology to support those affected by dementia
Ellen Harper handpicked for her work making swimming pools accessible to all
Engineers are key to helping the nation keep healthy and well - from helping find cures for cancer and keeping people safe at sea to helping dementia patients.
Rhodri Lewis was chosen as one of the five Engineers On A Mission for Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2019
Over 550 schools are set to take part in this year’s Tomorrow’s Engineers EEP Robotics Challenge
'Meet the Future You' quizzes young people on their skills and interests to identify different areas of engineering they might enjoy working in
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week is set to take place 4-8 November 2019. Young people and parents dream of rewarding careers, such as engineering, that tackle social issues
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week takes place 4-8 November 2019, with inaugural This is Engineering Day on 6 November
Initial plans for Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2019 (4-8 November 2019, #TEWeek19) have been announced, focusing on the impact engineers make on the nation’s health and wellbeing.
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, now in its sixth year, has come to a close following a record-breaking week of activity.
Parents say teaching, medicine and engineering are careers where their children could make a difference to the world
Schools urged to sign up to first ever Tomorrow’s Engineers Week Big Assembly
The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) are organising another #LottieTour for TEWeek 2018
Plans include the first Tomorrow’s Engineers Week Big Assembly, offering schools across the UK the chance to take part in the same assembly at the same time.
Young people demand a career that will help others according to new research commissioned to launch Tomorrow’s Engineers Week.
Top tips from experts to the public for working with robots / AI
Research published ahead of Tomorrow’s Engineers Week (6-10 November 2017)