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david-crellin-at-mensch-und-computer-16 Introducing the micro:bit at the Mensch und Computer Conference, Germany 17 October, 2016 - The micro:bit, a coding device designed for education, while unassuming in size (its approximately the size of a credit card) is having an enormous impact on UK coding education. Earlier this year, the BBC along with a passionate group of companies and educational charities, delivered one million of the devices to year 7 students throughout the entire country. As […]
S8055 microbit school prototyping kit 600x600px Back to school – what’s ahead for 2016/2017? 5 September, 2016 - As the beginning of September and the rain and clouds set in, it’s end of playtime and back to the classroom for most in the education business across the UK. As always, the start of an academic year brings together old and new, fresh ideas and familiar routines. Over the past year we have seen how […]
CO2 sensors 2 Indoor air quality: how much is it affecting our ability to work productively? 15 August, 2016 - For a long time, reducing air leakage in buildings and thus making the environment less drafty and reducing energy wastage, has been thought desirable, However, it seems that we may not have taken into account some important side effects on air quality. Increasingly, scientists are becoming concerned that  the reduction in air leakage and consequent reduced ventilation is resulting in […]
Untitled Microclimates and datalogging – a great way to engage students 3 August, 2016 - One of the most exciting things about datalogging is that it enables students to make their own discoveries about the world around them. Research into teaching methods increasingly emphasises the importance of making subject material relevant and meaningful to students. Datalogging can help students to do that, because the very accurate data obtained from sensors […]
1.home The official BBC micro:bit iOS app is now live 1 April, 2016 - Last week saw the launch of the ground-breaking BBC micro:bit, a pocket-sized codeable computer that allows young people to get creative with technology, which is being delivered free to all year 7 or equivalent students in the UK. Hard on its heels follows the launch of the BBC micro:bit iOS app, the essential link between […]
Soil Moisture and microbit 600x600px From Micro to Micro:Bit: Celebrating 30 Years of ScienceScope 22 March, 2016 - Today is the launch of the long-awaited BBC micro:bit distribution to every year 7 student in the country and, having been a partner from the very beginning of the project, we are ready to celebrate. As a company we are passionate about making STEM education engaging and accessible, and as such, the BBC micro:bit project […]
Ali Buggy Air Singapore Buggy Air in Singapore 9 March, 2016 - This week the ScienceScope and Buggy Air teams are in Singapore looking into opportunities in the air quality market as part of a potential extension of the London-based Buggy Air project. The Buggy Air project is being developed by a partnership which includes ScienceScope, the Internet of Things Academy and several other interested organisations. Its aim is […]
iost Final logo What’s ahead for 2016? 6 January, 2016 - We’re really excited about the New Year ahead with many new products and projects on the horizon so keep an eye out to make sure you don’t miss out. In the meantime, here are a few of the highlights we’re particularly looking forward to: The Bett Show, which gathers together pioneers and innovators in educational […]
Colorimeter The Practical Endorsement: towards a more ‘real-world’ approach to science? 29 October, 2015 - This September the way in which practical work is assessed and carried out has changed significantly and, with that, we hope it has introduced a much needed emphasis on experimentation and ‘real world’ science. As of this year students will have to carry out a series of twelve ‘core practicals’ in order to develop their […]
For uploading Setting up IoT schools in Singapore – smart schools for a smart nation 6 October, 2015 - A few weeks ago we wrote about our groundbreaking Internet of Things project in Singapore. Following on from Project Distance and the Peterborough Internet of Things projects the InfoComm Development Authority (IDA) of Singapore has commissioned ScienceScope to establish a similar project in Singapore. The concept of ‘smart cities’, cities which harness the power of information […]

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