Our relationship with science when we’re young can have a dramatic impact on our career decisions. But could a recent study from the Enterprising Science programme have found a solution to help increase the uptake of STEM subjects?
Five teams of aspiring engineers have been presented with special awards for their innovative solutions to complex engineering problems at the 11th STEM festival at BP’s international centre for business and technology in Sunbury
Our competition has been designed to help young people develop their creativity, problem-solving skills and employability by tackling real-world challenges
In a bid to inspire the next generation of innovators, inventors and problem solvers, 60 BP engineers spent the day talking to students about their careers at BP
Local students spent the day at BP's offices in Pangbourne for an exciting look into the world of fuels and lubricants. We even brought in an F1 car for them!
Balloon rocket races, marshmallow and straw structures and perfecting team work with the help of colourful Lego towers were part of BP Hull’s STEM inspiration day
Celebrating women in engineering helps to raise the profile of women in engineering careers and encourages other women to get inspired. We hear from nine BP engineers on why they think that engineering is a great career for women
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
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
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
Tamara Holmgren rose from an apprentice at Foster Wheeler to a BP projects and modifications manager. Find out more about her career ...