Cambridgeshire pupils win Jaguar Maths in Motion Challenge
Rapid Electronics - Latest News, July 02, 2014
Two budding motor engineers from a school in Cambridgeshire fulfilled their driving ambition by winning the 2014 Jaguar Maths in Motion Challenge, which is supported by Rapid. From a field of 30 tea...
Tendring robotics students at BCU TechFest
Rapid Electronics - Latest News, July 02, 2014
Students from Tendring Technology College in Essex took part in the annual BCU TechFest last weekend, held at Birmingham City University. The annual event plays host to many different robotics compe...
Programmers at the Palace
Rapid Electronics - Latest News, July 01, 2014
The work of young programming pupils has been given the royal seal of approval in the first coding competition to be supported by the Duke of York. The Peer to Peer Challenge was co-ordinated by the ...
QMGS need one small step to ''Beat Felix''
Rapid Electronics - Latest News, July 01, 2014
Queen Mary''s Grammar School students are one small step away from achieving the dream of their ''Beat Felix'' project. The Walsall school''s ''Armstrong'' probe reached a height of 38,915m before burstin...
New qualifications offer technical alternative to GCSEs
Rapid Electronics - Latest News, June 27, 2014
Schools in England will be able to offer pupils practical qualifications from next year, to help them prepare for the world of work. The new ''Technical Awards'' will be offered alongside GCSEs in sub...
Nano-coating makes smartphone components waterproof
Rapid Electronics - Latest News, June 23, 2014
A liquid repellant nano-coating which keeps consumer electronics waterproof even when immersed has been developed by a UK-based company. ''Dunkable'' is the latest product release by tech start-up P2i...
Half of UK''s universities "should be closed"
Rapid Electronics - Latest News, June 20, 2014
A leading figure in the UK Higher Education system has claimed that half of the country''s universities should close. Britain has a “messy, muddled” higher education system, according to...
BCU TechFest celebrates student achievements
Rapid Electronics - Latest News, June 20, 2014
Rapid is proud to support Birmingham City University TechFest 2014, an annual celebration of technology, engineering and science. The event takes place on Saturday 28th June, and features competitio...
Reaching out to the engineers of tomorrow
Rapid Electronics - Latest News, June 20, 2014
Do you regularly run outreach events for schools? We can help! Whatever the activity, Rapid can offer you support with a wide range of products and equipment that will get students excited about ele...
University of Edinburgh becomes elite Intel hub
Rapid Electronics - Latest News, June 19, 2014
The University of Edinburgh has been recognised for its outstanding work in supercomputing by being selected by Intel as an Intel Parallel Computing Centre (IPCC). The supercomputing centre at Edinb...
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