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Some causes of low xAPI adoption

Back in 2015 we published an article on about Rustici Software’s Experience API, aka xAPI, aka Tin Can API. It was one of many […]

Understanding Greek and Roman Technology: From Catapult to the Pantheon

What did the Romans ever do for us? Well, they gave us roads, sanitation, a legal system, and lots of cool gadgets. The Greeks weren’t […]

Leather Technology: managing a versatile material

Niche careers can be a good move if chosen carefully. Anyone who commits to a BSc program like the Leather Technology (Hons) from the UK’s […]

To think big, we must think small

If we really want the cool stuff we see in Science Fiction Movies, we are going to have to train more people in nanotechnology: the […]

Technology that doesn’t cost the Earth

The Centre for Alternative Technology is a renewable energy and eco-tech hub based in Powys, Wales, in the foothills of Snowdonia. Its Graduate School of […]

The man with 26 million students

Zach Sims is a college dropout, a statistic of failure in education. Instead of getting an education, though, he founded a teaching company that now […]

American Museum of Natural History educates the educators

The American Museum of Natural History is an incredible place to visit – it’s one of the largest museums in the world, occupying 2 million […]

Physics in your life

Why exactly did the apocryphal apple fall on Isaac Newton’s head? That’s what Newton wondered, and set out to discover why. Many of us wonder […]

Diplomats needed!

With the UK having voted to leave the European Union and right-wing leaders in Europe and around the world celebrating the decision (when this was […]

Learn to create electronic soundscapes

Synthesizers have come a long way since the Moog and the Fairlight in the 1960s and 1970s. It’s no longer new to hear samples of […]


Before science really got going, curious minds tried to convert substances into other substances by trial and error and a whole lot of wishful thinking. […]

Bite sized business courses from My Online Learning

When you need to improve a specific business skill and don’t have time for long courses, evening classes or time off work, short off-the-peg online […]

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