The Internet of Temporary Things

Cash in your silicone chips – paper and plastic are about to make a comeback. As sensors fill the world with an endless stream of data on every aspect of our lives, Moore’s Law dictates that traditional silicon-based systems won’t … Continued

Good Krill Hunting

Antarctica’s most iconic animals depend on the tiny, prolific and surprisingly charismatic krill. Andrew Bain reports on the research into this seemingly invincible crustacean and its now uncertain future. Take a deep dive into the importance of Antarctic krill in … Continued

Best of: Robotics

Our best of series, published regularly, collates our favourite and most popular resources for a particular topic. This week: Robotics for year 7, 8, 9, 11, and 12 STEM students. Although robotics is not covered in one discrete science understanding … Continued

Working in Robotics & Engineering – Biotechnician & Chemical Engineer

The Working In… series compiles a selection of fascinating STEM jobs in a multitude of fields. They are designed to highlight the variety of STEM careers available to students that they may not have considered, or been aware of before now. Find out … Continued

Working in Robotics & Engineering – Robotic Engineer

The Working In… series compiles a selection of fascinating STEM jobs in a multitude of fields. They are designed to highlight the variety of STEM careers available to students that they may not have considered, or been aware of before now. Find out … Continued