Entrepreneur and serial inventor James Dyson has finally managed to establish his own college for developing UK engineering talent. It follows years of bureaucratic battles with local authorities in...
Universities and colleges must adapt their courses to take account of rapid change in the markets, driven by both technology and global events
Scheme to distribute Dell devices to shools in most need begins this month
We need more generalists with a broad multi-disciplinary education and experience, but education is heading in the opposite direction
Students take easily to technology and are turning in better quality work, says Professor Peter Cochrane
Investment in STEM education sees rise in number of students taking the subjects, though proportion of A* grades falls