It’s different for girls

Published: 31/07/2014

As every parent knows, engineering’s a job for boys. Isn’t it?

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‘Hour of Code’ campaign

Published: 30/06/2014

Should we be taking lessons in coding and not just leaving it to kids?

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The joy of failure!

Published: 26/06/2014

Celebrating our mistakes as steps to learning and success

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Will 2014 go down as the year of the stereolithography machine?

Published: 18/06/2014

Three new printers from leading manufacturers

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Must it all be about profit?

Published: 23/05/2014

Al Dean wonders if we need to step out of the commercial world occasionally

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The eternal charm of Lego

Published: 01/05/2014

Tanya Weaver considers the appeal of this humble brick

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Al Dean searches for a nimble combo of analog and digital

Published: 25/04/2014

Al Dean wonders whether the best way of working is a combination of analog and digital

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3D printing: real tools please!

Published: 24/03/2014

3D software vendors should pay more attention when it comes to 3D printing

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Where have the Great Inventors gone?

Published: 13/03/2014

The myth of the lone inventor

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Are we using technology for technology’s sake?

Published: 11/02/2014

Tanya Weaver ponders whether some of today’s technology is really necessary

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