Our STEM education programme will take you and your Key Stage 3/third and fourth level students on a journey through the wonders of science and its application in the real world. To discover more about science and its links to reality, explore our free resources.
Our future scientists are in school classrooms today which is why we've developed this programme of free, curriculum-linked teaching resources for 11-14 year-olds.
Our programme explores the human body at its performance limits, everyday health issues and how we’re tackling some of the greatest global health challenges.
STEM in the news
Imogen Cowley recently won The Telegraph UK STEM Awards with her idea “SnapVaccine”, after entering the GSK-sponsored Healthcare Challenge to explore new ideas to help prevent or treat childhood pneumonia in developing countries.
In March this year, Emily Xu was awarded the GSK UK Young Scientist of the Year title at The Big Bang UK Young Scientists and Engineers Competition, for her project “New Ways of Separating Mirror Image Molecules”.
Liam is an Automation Technician at a GSK manufacturing site in Montrose, Scotland. Liam explains the benefits of apprenticeships and how he became a STEM ambassador and ENTHUSE partnership lead.
Tweets from @GSK
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