Senior level students participating in the upcoming BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition in January will now be in with a chance to win an entrance scholarship to their choice of Ireland's seven universities.
BT and the Marie Collins Foundation have announced a groundbreaking partnership to pilot a new programme that will eventually train all front-line workers to help children who have suffered online sexual abuse and exploitation.
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh have opened a new BT-sponsored permanent exhibition at London's Science Museum dedicated to technology.
BT is encouraging everyone to share their internet skills with someone who is not online in support of the national campaign, taking place between 13-19 October.
Housing associations can now easily offer cost-effective internet connections and devices to their tenants, with the launch of a new package from BT Business, specifically designed for them.
Niall Dunne, BT's chief sustainability officer spoke at the Social Good Summit during New York Climate Week 2014 on the power of the Millennial generation to make sustainability the new normal. In this blog, he explains why a collective effort is needed to make this a reality.
Coca-Cola and BT are partnering to set up WiFi on Coca-Cola machines and provide free internet access to impoverished communities in South Africa.
Ex England and Lions Rugby Union international, Austin Healey, has called on BT customers to protect their children while using the internet, by setting up BT Parental Controls.
Over 40,000 Dendrobaena worms from Hungary have been introduced at BT's first wormery to help reduce the amount of food waste at its research HQ, Adastral Park.
BT has been recognised as a leader for the depth and quality of climate change data it has disclosed to investors and the global marketplace and for its actions to reduce carbon emissions by CDP.
As the nation gets ready for National Car Share Week – being run by Liftshare.com between 6 and 10 October – BT is encouraging its employees worldwide to consider car-sharing.
BT has announced a £26 million deal to take 100% of the green energy generated by UK Sustainable Energy Ltd new solar farm near Ipswich, to help power BT's Adastral Park.
BT has signed up to a set of climate change initiatives put forward by We Mean Business, a group of some of the world's most influential business coalitions working to drive climate action.
BT has joined over 100 businesses and climate experts to support the Government's vision for a global deal on climate change, which will be negotiated in Paris in 2015.
Watch and see how BT employees are working to tackle climate change - starting with our suppliers, through the innovative Better Future Supplier Forum.
We want to help our customers save energy at home, at work and while on the move. So we've developed a free online energy saving tool to help everyone find ways of reducing their carbon footprint.
BT Sport's The Supporters Club has launched its #MyExtraTime volunteering campaign to make a difference for young people this Christmas, backed by a host of BT Sport stars.
BT is once again gearing up to support the annual BBC Children in Need campaign – culminating in an action-packed night of entertainment on Friday 14 November.
BT is playing a key role in Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) – the joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 designed to accelerate new cancer treatments to UK patients and save more lives.
BT joins forces with coalition of world's biggest companies to make sustainable living the new normal.
Help choose the community champion in the inaugural BT Connecting Communities award.
Stars from across TV and radio are getting ready to take part in a celebrity baking contest for BBC Children in Need - and BT will once again lend Pudsey a hand.
BT's Emergency Response Team is a 40-strong band of fully-equipped and highly-skilled engineers. Largely volunteers, the team's on permanent standby, ready to respond to emergencies right around the world.
Our new Supporters Club documentary follows former Celtic and Everton defender Alan Stubbs as he recounts his battle with the disease – revisiting Glasgow, where he was first diagnosed.