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|[PROJECT] BBC Micro:bit – Metal Detector! 2 weeks ago in micro:bit||by Cabe Atwell|
|[PROJECT] BBC Micro:bit – Fitness Tracker aka Step Counter 4 days ago in micro:bit||by Cabe Atwell|
|Teachers Wanted! Test micro:bit kits and accessories in the classroom with element14 1 week ago in micro:bit||by jlucas|
|University IoT Challenge - Voting Open! 3 months ago in STEM Projects||by jlucas|
|STEM Projects 2 weeks ago in STEM Academy|
|MIT scientists figure out how to break spaghetti noodles – perfectly 1 month ago||by Cabe Atwell|
|Building the Perfect Engineer’s Workbench 2 weeks ago||by Cabe Atwell|
|A Raspberry Pi Data Logger for the ADXL345 Accelerometer 2 months ago||by mikedavis|
|Child’s invention makes room for ocean cleanups 2 months ago||by Cabe Atwell|
The Ministry of Education in Japan aims to help students with their English skills by using robots. In this classroom, the robot is the teacher. (Photo from NHK) Robots are an increasing more...
Researchers at MIT created a machine to bend and twist noodles to snap them in two equal halves. This machine was specially designed to twist and break noodles. (All photo via MIT) MIT is more...
The ADXL345 accelerometer is a handy 3-axis sensor for detecting acceleration in g's in three dimensions. The tutorial below shows how it can be used with a smart phone to log data to a CSV more...
Algeria shut down the internet for an hour on June 25th in an attempt to prevent cheating during exam time for high school diploma exams. The shut down affects both fixed land line connections and more...
GitHub Education combines the Student Developer Pack and GitHub Classroom. GitHub wants to make sure IT students have the proper tools for their education. (Image via GitHub) As interest in more...