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The first stages in how I built a 3D print queue automation system for the iForge, the University of Sheffield’s student-run makerspace.
The iForge is a makerspace run entirely by students in the heart of the University of Sheffield’s engineering department – here’s how it works.
Find out how Beth Cotterell and Tomos Evans from the University of Bristol were inspired to build their own version of the Enigma Machine following a visit to Bletchley Park.
This project is a Tetris developed with the PIC16F876A microcontroller.
This project is an alarm centre developed with the PIC16F876A microcontroller.
This project is a digital meter developed with the PIC16F876A microcontroller.
The 17th annual MATE international ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicles) competition took place on June 21-23, 2018 at Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, State of Washington in the USA.
I signed up as a STEM Ambassador last year and have since helped at a few educational events, but I was still slightly apprehensive of actually going into schools because I’m not an engineer, I’m more of a tech geek. Find out how I got on!
We have developed a cool home automation project that allow control of home appliances through Android and Alexa voice commands.
Understanding the importance of impedance matching tracks on electronic circuits.
Using MATLAB to read an .xls file for graphical user interface
This article is about an Arduino-based Temperature and Humidity Data Logger and Intelligent Parking Lot designed by the students from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.