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You can browse information about each represented subject at Browse Subjects. This search enables you to find all pages which are identified as being relevant to a particular subject. A great many pages are relevant for all STEM subjects and so may not be returned using this search.

This search will return all themes which match your inputs. The less restrictive your input the more search results you will receive. You may leave some or all values empty.

This search will return all concept definitions which are specific to the STEM subject areas you select. Please be aware that some concepts are relevant to all subjects and will not be returned if you filter by subject. To receive a list of all concepts leave the dropdown box blank.

This search will return all STEM challenge descriptions which match your selected subject. Following the links will lead you to a description of the challenge, what has this challenge and the ways in which it can be addressed.

Select an area of difficulty to return all pages marked as relevant to this. Please be aware that most pages are classified with respect to STEM Challenges and hence their solutions - rather than difficulties a person may experience. You can use this search to learn more about a specific area of difficulty and the STEM challenges which might be related to it.

Select a skill to return all pages marked as requiring or promoting the skill. Please be aware that most pages will not have an exhaustive list of skills specified and so this may not be a particularly fruitful search. You can use this search to learn more about a specific skill.

Are you interested in case studies, personal experiences or either?

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You may restrict your search below. Please be aware that over-restricting your search is likely to produce no results!

Select a disability to return all pages marked as relevant to this. Please be aware that most pages are classified with respect to STEM Challenges and hence their solutions - rather than by disability. You can use this search to learn more about a disability, the difficulties someone may experience and the STEM challenges which might occur.

Select a process type to return a list of all processes of that type.

This search will return all processes which match your inputs. The less restrictive your input the more search results you will receive. You may leave some or all values empty.

Select a technology type to return a list of examples of this technology.

This search will allow you to select a specific piece of software to learn more about it. If you are not sure what you are looking for then another search will be more useful to you.

This search will allow you to select a specific piece of hardware to learn more about it. If you are not sure what you are looking for then another search will be more useful to you.

This search will allow you to find resource formats which demonstrate particular concepts or properties or, if you know which resource format you would like more information upon you can select it specifically.

This search will allow you to select a specific type of human support to learn more about it. If you are not sure what you are looking for then another search will be more useful to you.

Are you interested in new developments, research or either?

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You may restrict your search below. Please be aware that over-restricting your search is likely to produce no results!

This search will return information about a group:

This search will return information about a specific person:

This search enables you to find all guides which are identified as being relevant to a particular subject. You may restrict the results to specific roles.


You may wish to filter your results to include only those which have been marked as suitable for a particular role or level of education:

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