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Manx student wins bronze medal at MOS World Championships

15-year-old Adam Drummond took the medal in the Microsoft Word category of the competition, wh...

The September issue of UB magazine is out now!

The September edition of University Business, the back to uni issue, is now available to view ...

The STEM issue: read the latest IE Today for free!

In the latest issue of Independent Education Today we look at the women changing the face of S...

Final stage of Cyber Discovery challenge held in Bristol

The Government-backed initiative for 14-18-year-olds has run its final Elite stage, inspiring ...

ET August is out now!

Behind the scenes: from updating your brand, to parental comms and ICT management, this issue ...

Young Birmingham engineers win national challenge

Pupils from King Edward VI Camp Hill School triumph in national engineering challenge with the...

Fareham College students are ahead of the game

Competitors from the Hampshire institution have beaten industry experts to win Game Jam, hoste...

Cloud camp addresses skills shortage

The camp, a partnership between Novosco and Ulster University returns to Northern Ireland this...

The School Data Conference returns for 2018

The conference will welcome school leaders and accreditation boards in Central London on Novem...

New European cyber careers show launched in London

Cyber Security Challenge UK have launched the show, Cyber Re:coded, to provide careers advice ...

UK's first summer STEM training academy launched by UWS

The University of the West of Scotland has launched the academy to encourage students and teac...

Childnet competition to 'create a better internet'

The national competition asks young people to create their own films to be used as educational...

Water waste invention wins Tech4Good Awards

The awards from BT recognise the work of young people to develop innovations to address a vari...

Start-up employing refugees to teach languages joins wise

Qatar Foundation education initiative takes on British start-up for its accelerator programme

UK Robotics Week welcomes nine-year-old CEO

Callum Daniel, CEO of iCodeRobots, brought his coding know-how to Here East with a taster cour...

The August issue of UB magazine is out now!

The August edition of University Business, the re-cap issue, is now available to view online, ...

Fareham College wins Apprentice Initiative Award

The College's Civil Engineering Training Centre (CETC) was honoured at annual awards dinner at...

BP Ultimate STEM Challenge returns for 2018

This year, the STEM skills challenge held in partnership with STEM Learning asks, 'what would ...

EdTechXGlobal All Stars start-up award winners announced

The winners of the sixth annual competition were announced at EdTechXEurope in June

Solar car engineering competition returns for 2018

Solar Car Challenge, the educational programme teaching students how to build and race sun-pow...

ET July is here!

Check out our beautifully redesigned issue, focusing on all things cloud computing

Game plan: FXP Festival announces partnership with the V&A 

The renowned museum of art and design is teaming with the game development festival to offer a...

And the Tech4Good Award goes to...

Lots of students are among the runners and riders for this year's Tech4Good Awards, recognisin...

ENTHUSE Awards winners announced

The awards from STEM Learning, celebrating the best in UK STEM teaching, were announced last n...

UWE events to inspire next generation of student engineers

A week of engineering events organised by UWE Bristol is set to showcase the creativity of cur...

First winners of Community Tech challenge revealed

The winning schools received £25,000 from competition partners HP, Microsoft, and Intel to spe...

Cyber Security Challenge UK returns to Manchester

The competition recently held a preliminary contest to find the team to represent the UK at Eu...

What the Edtech?! The rise of the robots

#9 - is artificial intelligence the biggest shake-up for tech since the invention of the car?

DigiGirlz just wanna have STEM

Microsoft's DigiGirlz event returned to its HQ in Reading in April, and we were lucky enough t...

Five things not to miss at EduTech 2018

The show returns to the London Olympia this October, bringing all the best in classroom-based ...

Exploring technology's impact on teaching at Talis 2018

More than 70 universities were present as Talis Insight Europe 2018 heard from more than 20 sp...

The return of EducationCity's PlayLive Challenge Week

The online teaching, learning and assessment resource is inviting all primary schools to take ...

The July issue of UB magazine is out now!

The July edition of University Business, the future-proofing issue, is now available to view o...

NEW ISSUE: ET June is here!

This jam-packed edition focuses on all things STEAM, and includes an exclusive interview with ...

New awards celebrate the best in edtech development

Oscar-winning film producer, Lord David Puttnam, will present the first EDUCATE EdWards at the...

EdtechXEurope returns to London this June

The summit, part of London Edtech Week, will feature numerous speakers, special sessions, and ...

Inaugural Discover Digital event to inspire local students

The flagship event will see Telford school pupils learn about the area's tech industry and exp...

Girl Rising Creative Challenge open for entries

The global competition, powered by HP, aims to share stories of tech improving the lives of wo...

Technology and valuable learning experiences

Graham Cooper, Head of Education at Capita SIMS, talks to ET about a recent edtech blogger eve...

Photo competition challenges outdated image of engineering

The IET's Engineering and Technology Photographer of the Year competition is hosted by the Gad...