MIT presents all that is happening now in technology in this attractive, engaging magazine.
Describing itself as a series of “Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions”, the What-If articles by xkcd are a fun collection of responses to user-submitted questions.
A website full of Maths and Physics problems and teaching designed to support students through GCSE and A Level.
Aeon Magazine publishes essays, articles and videos daily. It asks provoking questions about science, philosophy and society.
Your one stop shop for engineering articles, games, and videos on everything from careers guidance to “don’t try this at home”! You can sign up for an e-newsletter to stay up to date.
From piercing a raw potato with a drinking straw to making a bridge out of spaghetti, this page features fun, quick design challenges using things you can find around the house.
Mini-profiles of the James Dyson Foundation’s “design heroes”. What are your favourite designs?
Do you know what engineers do on a day-to-day basis? Do you know what kinds of organizations they work for?
This website is produced by Cambridge University’s engineering department for aspiring Engineering students, and is a great resource for helping you to get better at solving engineering problems.