Projects

ScienceScope has been fortunate to receive grant funding from EXPO2020 Live to develop Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives in education in the UAE and globally. 

ScienceScope has developed an IoT solution for education called, IoT@School which seeks to connect schools to a global educational community…………….

The use of digital technology in the classroom is becoming a requirement from education authorities across the world and the UK independent sector is no different. ScienceScope has been working……………………

In March of 2018, we at ScienceScope moved our base of operations to Downside School, an independent school 10 miles south west of Bath. As we specialise in developing digital technologies and resources for education, it has offered significant opportunities for us, pupils and teachers to work together……………………….

TAPS Challenge is a problem-solving platform and social innovation concept that is being designed to facilitate community solutions design and development. It helps economically, geographically and socially excluded communities, design and build technology solutions……………………………………….

Digital Maker Programme aims to nurture a new generation of digital natives with a passion to create with technology. Our goal is to grow a community of digital creators who are passionate in embracing a culture of innovation and co-creation to solve real-world………………………….

ScienceScope is working closely with the Internet of Things Academy as well as universities and other technology companies on the BuggyAir Project, a project which aims to help parents understand local pollution levels and how it affects their children. The project seeks to develop air quality monitoring sensors with GPS tracking………………………….

We have recently been commissioned by the Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA) to carry out an IoT@School project in Singapore. The project is being run on a similar model to Project Distance and will involve equipping Singaporean schools with loggers and sensors so that they can carry out…………………..

In 2013 ScienceScope was commissioned by Innovate UK to lead a partnership which would integrate the Internet of Things with school education. Project DISTANCE, as it was named, focused on 8 schools across the UK and aimed to develop internet-enabled datalogging equipment and analytics software to create an information hub in the cloud, using an open-source platform. It was supported by a wide range of organisations……………………..