STEM is a way of thinking

IN recent years, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education has been the focus of many conversations among policy makers, educators and corporations.

From issues of poor quality STEM graduates to lack of females in STEM industries, we have time and again pushed for more capable STEM talent that may hopefully prepare the nation to face a digital future.

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