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- University Spearheads National School Project to Shed Light on Cosmic Rays
- Gove Launches the ‘TechBacc’ Which Will be a Rigorous Equivalent to A Levels
- Electronica Expert and International Entrepreneur will be a Star Speaker at the Revamped D+T Show
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- Boxford Wins The Queen’s Award For Enterprise
- German 'porn users' told to pay up
- Instagram adds direct messaging
- AUDIO: Zavvi gives out PlayStations in error
- YouTube culls hundreds of game clips
- Migrants' details wrongly published
- Bots 'take up 61% of web traffic'
- Yahoo Mail hits more problems
- VIDEO: Should mobiles be allowed on planes?
- VIDEO: Radio rebels fight against digital
- Several plead guilty to Paypal hack
Monthly Archives: March 2011
Ofsted has warned the Design and Technology curriculum needs modernising if the subject is keep pace with global advances in technology.
Over 30,000 pupils attended Big Bang, the recent two-day, Excel –staged fair designed to promote science and engineering as careers.
A staggering 18.5 per cent of teachers, access Technology in Education on a daily basis according to a recent independent survey, making it a key resource. See page 4 of the January/February issue.
Chancellor George Osborne has allocated £150 million in the budget for the coming financial year for improvement in technical and vocational education, including expanding the number of UTCs (University Technical Colleges) to at least 24 by 2014.
Chester UK recently shipped out equipment to Kimathi university in Kenya in numerous 40ft containers . The delivery included Covcntry lathes, heavy duty Chieftain lathes, surface grinders and fabrication equipment, and even a fork lift truck
Saville Audio Visual, Technology Supplies, and TechSoft have just published new catalogues with a wealth of new products.
Emco Educational have taken over the dealership of Epilog lasers and cutters to education in this coutry. See page 3 of March 2011 issue of Technology in Education..
Under COSHH regulations, D+T workshops should have their CO2 lasers and extractors serviced every 14 months, warns Xenetech. See page 14 of March 2011 issue.
Data Harvest’s Vision datalogger wins the BETT 2011 digital award. For more details see page 34 of the March 2011 issue of Technology in Education.
HPC Lasers has opened a new demonstration centre for prospective buyers to test its of laser cutters and engravers before buying.