STEM Stories

At Exploristics we are passionate about promoting the benefits of choosing a career in science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM). Discover more about the journeys of key Exploristics staff into STEM careers with our new blog series, STEM Stories.

STEM Stories

Applying Maths to Developing Medicines

Bringing diverse skills to life sciences

Wonder and Wandering in STEM

From the depths of the ocean to high in the sky, a career in STEM will take you to places you never thought possible.

Pushing the Envelope to Achieve Greater STEM Diversity

Why attaining the Silver Charter Mark has been so important for Exploristics.

Smashing Stereotypes and Engaging with the Drug Developers of the Future

A while back, the science lead at my son’s school asked if any parents working in science jobs would be willing to come and talk to the children about what they do as part of British Science Week.

Delivering Fairness and Success with Flexible Working in STEM

The explosion in available healthcare data and current COVID-19 pandemic has ignited unprecedented growth in the life sciences sector.

The Power of Female Role Models

I can remember being sat in class at secondary school and a visitor came to talk to us.  They told us this story:

Carpe DiSTEM

I’ve always been told that I was a very inquisitive child, or maybe that was just my parents’ polite way of saying I didn’t give them a moments peace, because after watching some home videos

Keeping Women in STEM

There’s nothing to stop you from going into science. That’s what my teachers said, and I felt that there wasn’t. I had always been interested in science and had never felt that it was a male preserve

Inspiring Gen Z with the M in STEM

A wise person once said to me. ‘If you enjoy maths and want to take it further then combine it with statistics’.

Where are the Women in Stats?

Dr Frances Denny examines how the challenges of pursuing a STEM career can involve being in a minority and the need for leadership role models.

Celebrating International Women and Girls in Science Day

To mark this, Dr Frances Denny explores her personal journey into STEM in our new blog series, STEM Stories.

Applying Maths to Developing Medicines

Bringing diverse skills to life sciences

Wonder and Wandering in STEM

From the depths of the ocean to high in the sky, a career in STEM will take you to places you never thought possible.

Pushing the Envelope to Achieve Greater STEM Diversity

Why attaining the Silver Charter Mark has been so important for Exploristics.

Smashing Stereotypes and Engaging with the Drug Developers of the Future

A while back, the science lead at my son’s school asked if any parents working in science jobs would be willing to come and talk to the children about what they do as part of British Science Week.

Delivering Fairness and Success with Flexible Working in STEM

The explosion in available healthcare data and current COVID-19 pandemic has ignited unprecedented growth in the life sciences sector.

The Power of Female Role Models

I can remember being sat in class at secondary school and a visitor came to talk to us.  They told us this story:

Carpe DiSTEM

I’ve always been told that I was a very inquisitive child, or maybe that was just my parents’ polite way of saying I didn’t give them a moments peace, because after watching some home videos

Keeping Women in STEM

There’s nothing to stop you from going into science. That’s what my teachers said, and I felt that there wasn’t. I had always been interested in science and had never felt that it was a male pre

Inspiring Gen Z with the M in STEM

A wise person once said to me. ‘If you enjoy maths and want to take it further then combine it with statistics’.

Where are the Women in Stats?

Dr Frances Denny examines how the challenges of pursuing a STEM career can involve being in a minority and the need for leadership role models.

Celebrating International Women and Girls in Science Day

To mark this, Dr Frances Denny explores her personal journey into STEM in our new blog series, STEM Stories.

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