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Monday 17th February

Factory farms have been under a lot of scrutiny following recent scandals. Noted by many animal rights groups, it has been marked as one of the largest sources of animal cruelty. CIWF, an agricultural animal welfare charity against such methods, have invented an ingenious way to pull the attention of the public towards the idea of »

FoldaRap: The Folding 3D Printer

Monday 3rd February

We love 3D printing and now the next stage has been developed a foldable version… The FoldaRap is an open-source 3d-Printer, easy to assemble, and most important : foldable to bring it anywhere ! Main features : Foldable Made with robust aluminium extrusions Max print volume of 140 x 140 x 140 mm (consumable : »

TWSU at BETT 2014

Monday 27th January

We spent last week in a frenzy getting ready for BETT 2014, the world’s leading learning technology event at the Excel Centre. We were at BETT for two days at on the Stone Computing stand, with our good friends over at Digital Me.

Intel Edison: How would you make it wearable?

Thursday 9th January

Intel have just announced what could turn out to be one of the most interesting innovations in wearable technology: Edison, a 400 MHZ computer board that fits into an SD card. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich unveiled Edison at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. He demonstrated how the SD card can work with a »

Make Shop Wolff Olins New York

Thursday 5th December

We had a brilliant time with Wolff Olins in New York recently. We were part of Wolff Olins’ first ever Make Shop at the Museum of Art and Design. Described by Wolff Olins as an ‘excuse to get some of our favourite partners, clients, friends and family together to dive deeper in the behaviours we explored in »

Qwerty Mum gets hands on with Electro Dough

Wednesday 28th August

Last week we mentioned that our DIY Electro Dough had been given out to a group of Mums to get them making with their kids as part of The Make Things Do Stuff campaign. Now Qwerty mum has written up her review see how she got on here.

TWSU at Camp Bestival

Friday 16th August

Two weeks ago we headed to Lulworth Castle in Sunny Devon for the family festival that is Camp Bestival. It was TWSU first festival experience running workshops and with the prospect of engaging with hundreds of young people over the course of the 3 days we were pretty excited. We were based in the Science »

Amarah's Week at Hack the Barbican

Friday 16th August

My time here just gets better and better. This week was far from yawn inducing since I spent all my time at the Barbican, where there is always the wackiest things to do. Wanna hack a 2p coin with ketchup? Been there seen that! Wanna go to an outdoor library? Been there seen that! Oh »

UCLA's 1948 Mechanical Computer Was Simply Gorgeous To Watch in Action

Thursday 8th August

An awesome post about the beauty of the early mechanical computers that only existed as sci-fi until geniuses got together. UCLA’s 1948 Mechanical Computer from Gizmodo on Vimeo. The mechanical computers of yesterday may have been enormous, difficult to program, and amazingly clunky—but they sure were beautiful to watch in action. Released theatrically byPopular Science on »

Digital Makers Fund Research Poster

Tuesday 16th July

Following our recent research project as part of The Digital makers fund we have been working with two lovely designers Ala and Fabio who have used all of the aggregated data into this awesome poster that summarises what we discovered along the way. We hope it will be a useful tool for other people to use »

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