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Wiltshire Festival of Engineering welcomes support from regional technology businesses

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The Wiltshire Festival of Engineering has won the support of major sponsors, including the James Dyson Foundation, Hitachi, Good Energy and Great Western Railway.
The Festival, the brainchild of Chippenham MP Michelle Donelan, aims to inspire the next generation of local engineers and manufacturers, paving the way for a new skilled workforce for future business needs.
“We will give young people the opportunity to participate, explore and interact with those already engaged in research and development, design and production in our area,” said Ms Donelan.

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Tomorrow's Engineers

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Tomorrow’s Engineers is an initiative led by EngineeringUK and the Royal Academy of Engineering to provide a one-stop-shop for information and resources on the careers available in Engineering. To complement their online resource, Tomorrow’s Engineers needed delivery partners to help spread the message,we were happy to help!

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Big Bang Fair South East 2014

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Big Bang Fair South East, part of the nationwide Big Bang Programme, the UK’s biggest single celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) for young people, will be held at the South of England Showground, Ardingly, West Sussex, on Tuesday 1st July 2014.

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A career as a STEM technician

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Government plans to refocus the UK economy on high-tech, engineering and ‘knowledge-based’ industries can be seen as creating a wide variety of career opportunities for people of all educational backgrounds.           Contrary to the common misconception that STEM jobs (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) are only accessible via university degrees, a new award launched by STEMNET and The Gatsby Charitable Foundation will profile rewarding and important  technician careers in which success lies largely in vocational training.

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Why Chemistry?

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Chemistry is a unique science. All the other sciences investigate materials and matter, come to understand how they work, and discover their strengths and limitations in any different environment. Chemistry plays a part in these processes but more besides. It alone can create new molecules or material and it is this ability to synthesise that ensures it interfaces with every other science.

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A Career in: Cosmetic Science

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Ever thought about turning your interest in cosmetics into a career? Interested in the idea of making your own eye shadow and moisturising cream in our laboratories in Oxford Circus? Want to be taught by top cosmetic, toiletries and perfumery experts in the UK? Like to get a feel of the industry while studying?

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Careers Options with Chemistry

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Chemistry is the study of substances, what they are made of, how they interact and what role they play in living things. In fact it is the study of all materials and is vital to every aspect of your lives. From the moment you are born and throughout your life you are surrounded by chemistry; in the air you breathe, the food you eat and the clothes you wear.

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