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About the Curiosity Project
The Curiosity Project is a three-year engagement programme by Siemens, broadening existing investment to bring science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to life in the UK.
The UK is great at engineering but there is a problem; there aren't enough young people studying STEM and becoming engineers.
EngineeringUK's State of Engineering Report 2016 is out now! The annual report provides a valuable update of the state of the engineering sector as is the basis of our rationale.
The project is underpinned by an extensive education programme providing free, stimulating and unique STEM-related resources that bring STEM education to life.
It's a beautiful day in London. We're excited about revealing our game-changing lab solution later today… https://t.co/4PrfUl6paM
Congrats to #TeamSiemens on winning 'Most Innovative Automation System' & 'Partnership of the Year' at last night'… https://t.co/iGUuDWCwwV
@Rights3Disabled Hi Mel here, thank you for letting us know. We're contacting the team involved.
#SiemensUK Graham Clark is calling for all parts of the rail industry to work together to extend capacity… https://t.co/VfMnmQ740s