Secondary school pupils are being offered the chance to meet astronaut Tim Peake when he visits Robert Gordon University next year.
Pupils from across the north-east have taken part in a competition to design low-carbon solutions for the oil and gas industry.
Aberdeen Science Centre has received a six-figure funding boost from the Scottish Government.
Schoolchildren in the north-east are helping younger pupils in a bid to secure a science award.
North-east youngsters have been learning about future career paths in the energy industry.
A new science exhibition in Northern Ireland has detailed some of the 100,000 kilometres of blood vessels in the human body.
Pupils from north-east schools have triumphed in this year’s Stem in the Pipeline competition.
The launch of a new science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) hub is aimed at encouraging pupils to take up careers with renewables.
Secondary pupils in the north-east will take part in a STEM challenge (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) over the coming months.
Plans to build a new £35 million science teaching hub have been given the go-ahead.
Black Panther star Letitia Wright has joined forces with oil and gas firm Shell to inspire more girls to enter Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) careers.
An Aberdeen student has teamed up with a Hollywood star to encourage more young people to get involved with careers in science.
School pupils from across the north-east drove spectators wild at a soapbox car event.
Pupils from an Aberdeen secondary school have been recognised after being shortlisted in a national science competition.
A hashtag campaign is showing the world that scientists are as diverse as the fields they study.
Two north-east pupils have scooped awards at a national competition.
Schoolchildren in the North-east have been using robots and computer code to solve a sporting problem.
A doll which Nasa helped create as a way to inspire young girls to learn about science and space is now available to buy in the US.
A teaching crisis is forcing pupils to drop classes in key subjects, while others are having to travel to different schools to pick up vital grades.
More should be done to encourage young people into careers in science, technology, engineering and maths, according to a former apprentice.