Along with thought leaders in school data analysis, Schoolzillas team of experts will engage attendees through designing a series of...
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A thriving home-brew community is already putting the credit card-sized PC to use in drones and robots. The device's designer, Eben Upton, wants to see it in rockets and satellites, too
AMSAT-UK's scheme will see a 10cm-cubed satellite sent via converted ICBM into space, where it will broadcast telemetry data for UK schools and colleges to analyse
Several months ago, as the Obama administration started examining NASA's budget critically, I suggested that what American education could really use was a space race. Who would we be racing against?
E-textbooks have been slow to catch on, partly because textbook publishers have a multi-billion dollar industry to protect and partly because devices suitable for accessing them either lacked functionality or weren't ubiquitous enough to be of benefit to students. However, if CES, a show by its very name focused on the consumer space rather than education or business, has shown us anything, it's that there are more than enough interesting devices available to let e-textbooks take off.
New space education program has reserved a seat aboard SpaceShipTwo for one lucky volunteer.
Cozmic Zoom is a fascinating insight into the cosmos, between the infinitely large and the infinitely small. Based on accurate scientific...
The US space program costs billions and billions of dollars. Wikipedia puts the figure at $17.
The US may be willing to let India into the nuclear club, but there's one space race where the developing nation has far outpaced America -- education satellites.