Browse through our sponsored feature articles from BP magazine, the New Scientist and the Financial Times
Identifying the sounds underground
It's the 'Shazam' for the oil and gas industry: the technology that identifies the sounds in a production well. That's the premise behind an innovation allowing BP's experts to listen for, and pinpoint, problematic sand in business operations. Meet the scientist behind the algorithm...
Why scientists give science a bad name
Building appreciation for the role science skills have in multiple jobs could boost the take up of STEM subjects but for so many children science is not what ordinary people do
How much is your science capital worth?
Too many young people rule themselves out of a science career. But boosting their "science capital" could change that, say educators
Why engineering is a mega job
What is science capital and how can it influence your career? Boris Ertl talks about his childhood influences and why he chose to study chemical engineering
The call of the sea
A passion for the sea led Nathalie Descusse-Brown to study the frequency of waves. Now as a senior riser engineer she faces incredible challenges such as working at depths of 1250 metres below sea level and using subsea robots
Cloud-catching to bubble science
Seeing how you can use simple science and engineering principles to change people’s lives for the better was the inspiration behind process engineer Amrita Lulla's career path