Students and graduates facing up to the challenges of finding work in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic have an opportunity to gain career advice at an online event next week.
Dundee and Angus College and Dundee-based Coast Renewables have entered into a partnership to deliver training for the wind turbine sector.
The head of Aberdeen Science Centre has revealed the building will reopen in June, following a huge revamp which will create “a massive wow factor”.
Pupils from Robert Gordon’s College have excelled in this year’s STEM in the Pipeline competition, which tasked them with finding a solution to an oil and gas challenge.
Opito has invested more than £600,000 in an immersive and educational energy theatre which will be unveiled at Aberdeen Science Centre (ASC) when it reopens in next summer.
British astronaut Tim Peake is to address hundreds of north-east kids as part of The Data Lab’s first STEM event to be held in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen’s only five-star visitor attraction has appointed its new chief executive to lead a redeveloped £6 million facility due to open next year.
A chronic shortage of specialist teachers is preventing some north-east pupils from taking the Stem (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects they are passionate about.
The energy sector gender pay gap (GPG) remained relatively high last year thanks in part to the traditionally male-dominated oil and gas sector – but the changing nature of employment could offer the chance to change that.
Dozens of girls from schools throughout the UK are in Aberdeen for a conference designed to attract more young women into engineering careers.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor has announced a “high value” six-figure digital sponsorship deal with the Aberdeen Science Centre, signing a three-year contract.
The engineers of the future went head-to-head at Robert Gordon University (RGU) last month when they put underwater robots, which they designed and built, to the test as part of an annual competition.
The achievements of a group of mentors and their mentees in the oil and gas industry have been celebrated at an awards ceremony in Aberdeen.
Secondary school pupils across the North-east have been finding out about future career opportunities in the energy industry this week, at the Heroes of Tomorrow event.
Imagining a future career can be a tall order for many young people. It’s hard to see yourself as an adult, all grown up, carrying out complex tasks.
A group of talented young people are helping ensure business success for one of the North Sea’s leading firms.
An industry leader, who recently highlighted the challenges faced by women in oil and gas, has praised two female engineering students.
The chief executive of Oil and Gas UK has said there is still a “mountain to climb” to bring more women into engineering.
Pupils from Aberdeen’s Hanover Street School have been named champions of a UK-wide sustainable energy competition.
Pupils from the Robert Gordon’s College in Aberdeen have won a national engineering challenge.
“The UK has got a problem where there is almost a systemic lack of information and encouragement for capable young women to consider, not just engineering, but broadly the science and technology careers.”
A £20,000 bursary to cover teacher training has been announced by education secretary John Swinney, following calls to avert a crisis in north-east schools.
The great white shark must keep moving or else it dies. It has to keep oxygen-rich water constantly flowing through its lungs.
Oil and gas industry professionals should consider additional academic qualifications as a form of insurance in an uncertain industry, according to the head of Robert Gordon University’s MBA course.
Pupils at nurseries and primary schools in Aberdeen are taking part in a new initiative which will use the oil and gas industry to teach safety and science lessons.