Making it easier to print 3D objects


Hannah Wray recently hosted a workshop at our ‘Science of 3D Printing’ event at Google campus in London, May 2014. This post has been kindly written by Hannah to explain a little bit more about her work. Hannah is undertaking a Masters at Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing, studying how people learn about 3D printing. The […]

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ScienceRewired host 3D Printing Workshop


The UK ScienceRewired team descended onto Google Campus this week (21st May) to host a one day special event on the Science of 3D Printing. The event was attended by individuals of all ages and from backgrounds spanning science, education, design, computing, marketing and technology. It was designed to inspire and educate individuals seeking to […]

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Technopop – pop-up science, technology, design and innovation festival


Technopop launches in Spring 2014 at The International Quarter (TIQ) in Stratford City, London. Technopop aims to: Excite and enthuse young minds Educate, inspire and inform young people about the dynamic career opportunities in these sectors Be an interface between industry and academia Provide a launch pad for new technologies; innovators and entrepreneurs Highlight the […]

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Photosynq: Plugging into Photosynthesis


The Photosynq platform starts with a Arduino compatible hand-held device which connects to your cell phone and measures fluorescence and absorbance of photosynthetic plants and algae in a non-destructive way. These measurements provide a detailed picture of the health of the plant and are used for plant breeding, improving plant efficiency, and to identify novel […]

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World Water Monitoring Challenge


World Water Monitoring Challenge™ (WWMC) is an international education and outreach program that builds public awareness and involvement in protecting water resources around the world by engaging citizens to conduct basic monitoring of their local waterbodies. WWMC grew out of the World Water Monitoring Day program in 2012. While an official “day” continues to be […]

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Digital Classrooms


Dr Joshua Drew is a Lecturer and M.A. Program Advisor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution & Environmental Biology at Columbia University. In 2011 Joshua found a way to combine his two loves; educating young people about marine conservation and the innovative use of social media! Using platforms such as Ning, YouTube and Twitter, Joshua […]

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Circuit Scribe: Draw Circuits Instantly


Circuit Scribe is for Makers, STEM Educators, Artists, Kids, & Life Hackers. No shaking, no squeezing, no goop, no smell, no waiting for ink to dry. Circuit Scribe draws smooth lines with conductive silver ink and allows you to create functioning circuits instantly. Circuit Scribe was made for project based learning. Kids can build circuits […]

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Touch Board


The Touch Board is designed as an easy-to-use platform for a huge range of projects. Radical Interfaces – The Touch Board uses capacitive sensing to turn any conductive material into an interface. Imagine light switches painted on the wall with Electric Paint, interactive books or hidden sensors that can detect a whole person. The Touch […]

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