STEM resources

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From websites to blog and vlogs, here’s an ever-growing collection of great resources in STEM. Links will open in a new window.

(Also see our collection of 25 STEM books for kids here >)

  • Data Science: A Comprehensive Career Guide – discussing the skills, education, and experience needed for a career in data science.
  • STEMNET – A network of ambassadors working to encourage young people who are under-represented within women in STEM subjects and careers to pursue their interests in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
  • Neon – Bringing STEM to life through real-world engineering. Neon brings together the UK’s best engineering experiences and inspiring careers resources to help teachers bring STEM to life with real-world examples of engineering.
  • Vivify STEM – passionate about increasing access to quality STEM education.
  • Telescope guide – Astronomy for Kids: Teaching Space Science to Young Stargazers (Free Booklet)
  • Columbia Engineering Boot Camps – How coding provides skills that help children cope with distress


  • The WISE campaign – For gender balance in STEM, from the classroom to the boardroom.
  • STEMettes – Showing the next generation that girls do Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) at their free, fun, food-filled experiences.
  • Women’s Engineering Society – A network of female engineers, technologists and scientists offering both support and professional development opportunities.
  • Women in Technology – An information resource aimed to promote female employment within IT and technology.
  • ScienceGrrl – A grassroots network who are passionate about celebrating women in science and passing on our love of science to the next generation.
  • Tipalti – A financial technology business offering career resources for women in tech and finance.
ScienceGrrl – celebrating women in science
  • CodeFirst:Girls – Code First Girls are dedicated to transforming tech by providing the skills, space and     inspiration for women to become kick-ass developers and future leaders.
  • Sparxx – As a socially focused learning technology company, Sparx has been reimagining the way maths is     taught and learnt in schools since 2010.
  • BCSWomen – A specialist group aligned to the Chartered Institute for IT, providing a networking platform     for professional women in IT.
  • STEM Women – A blog which aims to promote careers for women in STEM whilst highlighting issues of gender     inequality.
  •  STEMinist – Featuring case studies of women within Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.


  • UKSEDS – UK Students for the Exploration and Development of Space
  • Space     Spectra – EVONA’s own You Tube series to help demystify the sector for the next space entrepreneurs

  • Space for Humanity – Helps cultivate the passion for space through speaking at events. Also invites SEDS to events and connects SEDS members to relative Space for     Humanity Network.
  • Space Station Explorers
  • Future Space Leaders – The Future Space Leaders Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to the career development of young space and satellite industry professionals.
  • International Space University – The International Space University develops the future leaders of the world space community by providing interdisciplinary educational programs to students and space professionals in an international, intercultural environment.