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Following its successful Inventor’s Kit for the BBC micro:bit, Kitronik has developed an Arduino Inventor’s Kit to help take coding skills to the next level.
Specialist distributors JPR Electronics have announced their appointment as UK distributor for DFRobot Education products and accessories for STEM and micro:bit.
Element14.com, the online community for engineers, has launched a new competition that tasks members with building and blogging a Halloween-themed electronic project – for the chance to win a powerful 3D printer.
Premier Farnell, the Development Distributor, is helping KidsCode Jeunesse roll out 100,000 BBC micro:bit across Canada to support the country’s CanCode initiative.
Farnell element14 has signed an agreement with the Croatian Academic and Research Network (CARNet) for delivery of 45,000 BBC micro:bits in an official national roll-out.
Security researchers have discovered a ‘vaccine’ for the ransomware attack that hit organisations across the world on Tuesday.
European aerospace giant Airbus and its partner, OneWeb, have begun the production of a satellite mega-constellation – with the aim to bring broadband links to every part of the globe.
The Large Animal Detection system of Volvo's driverless cars may keep on top of deer and the like, but kangaroos move in a way that is hard for it (and us) to apprehend.
The sun-exploring mission is now named in honour of Eugene Parker, who conducted pioneering work on the ‘solar wind’: a stream of charged particles flowing out from the Sun's atmosphere.
A UK security researcher reports he has "accidentally" halted the spread of the malicious ransomware that has affected hundreds of organisations, including the NHS.
The pocket-sized codeable computer with motion detection, a built-in compass and Bluetooth technology.
Chinese drone maker DJI is offering up to one million yuan (£112,000) for information about drones that disrupted scores of flights at a Chinese airport.
The BBC micro:bit is being rolled out internationally by the new Micro:bit Educational Foundation following its support of up to 1 million UK school children.
The IET and a number of UK technology organisations have launched a series of events to support the BBC micro:bit.
The BBC and its partners unveiled the BBC micro:bit – a small computer to teach children coding.