This step-by-step kit teaches children how to code by immersing them in the well-loved magical world of Harry Potter.
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A new drone kit designed for schools helps teach 3D printing, coding and robotics to students of all ages.
A new platform helps non-coders develop voice apps designed for use with smart speakers.
Lego-compatible, six-sided blocks makes creating interactive toys, games and instruments easy and fun and does not require access to a screen.
A new gaming device designed around the Raspberry Pi allows users to develop a range of computer engineering skills.
New app takes the stress out of circuit board design and implementation.
After a successful Kickstarter back in 2015, Austrian startup Robo Wunderkind is getting ready to release its robot building kit this August.
The Qmod Energy Kit teaches children about everyday sources of power and includes a card game and tips for running experiments, including coding.
Root is a programmable bank account that provides flexibility and individualised solutions by allowing free development of bank interfaces and credit card rules.
The Kumiita droid trains youngsters in logic and problem solving by navigating panels which represent different programming commands.
Swansea University’s Institute of Life Science department is developing 3D printed bandages with nano-sensors for real-time, around-the-clock health reporting.