Videos Ambassadors in action

asdavidASDA STEM Ambassadors work with product design students from Boston Spa school, competing to design the next food product packaging for the retail stores.
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Flexitallic_screenshotEngineering company - Flexitallic - works with WYSTEM to train staff to become volunteer STEM Ambassadors, and works on a wind turbine competition with Heckmondwike Grammar School pupils.
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Emily_screenshotEmily Cummins studied management and engineering at University. She's an entrepreneur and STEM Ambassador and has invented a water purification system to enable those in less developed parts of the world to drink clean drinking water.
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BSF_screenshotOur STEM Ambassadors support a wide range of activities in and outside of school, here they take time out from the British Science Festival event in Bradford to talk about the benefits of being STEM Ambassadors.
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NetworkingOur networking events are designed to encourage STEM Ambassadors and teachers to meet and discuss how they can work together. They are always informal events where you can pick up tips and ideas on how to inspire young people to think more positively about STEM-based subjects.
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NCMM_screenshotWe work with a whole host of STEM-based organisations and providers in West Yorkshire, including the National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield. Our STEM Ambassadors recently supported the development of educational resources for the Museum - you can see how they were used here.
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CAW_stillThe Royal Society of Chemistry support provision across the UK that focuses on the practicalities of how chemistry affects our everyday lives. 'Chemistry at Work' supported by WYSTEM Ambassadors explored chemical reactions, how soap is formed and manufactured, the chemistry of fingerprinting and much much more!
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Kitchen_science_stillScience is everywhere ... even in the kitchen. Dr Mark Lorch presents some simple and fun experiments that anyone can carry out - using ingredients found in almost all kitchens!
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