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  Onecall, Farnell element14's dedicated electronics and technology business for higher education and research councils, has secured its strong working relationship with the National Universities Working Party on Electronic Components (NUWPEC) after being named as a preferred supplier for electrical components and electrical products for the fourteenth year running.   Onecall offers specially negotiated prices on over 500,000 electronic components, semiconductors, batteries, tools an ...
Despite progress in some areas, many key STEM areas are still struggling to achieve gender parity. While the number of women studying biology, chemistry and mathematics has increased in recent years, progress has been slower in the fields of engineering, physics and computer science, according to a recent study published in Psychological Bulletin.   The trend for more boys than girls to gravitate towards STEM subjects has been widely observed for some time, with some academics attributing ...
element14 Global Spotlight | Germany the element14 Global Spotlight German Engineering at a Glance We Are Makers ... Five reasons to study in Germany Five of the best | Projects ... Texas Instruments in Germany   Germany is well known as one of the leading engineering and manufacturing countries in the Western world. Not only does it house an active and diverse maker scene and act as a base for many of the leading manufacturers in electronics and engineering, it is also an important educa ...
The Maker Movement has fostered some pretty fantastic developments for makers, creators and engineers of all ages and skill sets, including a new breed of toys that are helping to make electronics a fun, accessible and creative learning experience. With Christmas round the corner, why not help the future innovator in your family to get started on some exciting project work with one of these devices?   littleBits Technology - Snap ideas to life   In 2009, computer engineer Ayah Bdeir ...