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Tap Tap Tap – Engineering a Touchscreen Device

By Simon Jones Modern Life is Good Twenty years ago (that’s 1994), people would scarcely be able to imagine that in the near future we would all be armed with small portable devices, capable of transferring sound, images and information

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Blue light and our bodies

by Simon Jones This week I want to look at two applications of blue light. One, we talk about regularly in our popular biomedical Engineering for Life show; using blue light as a means of treating the disease jaundice. The other

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Posted in Biology, Engineering, Physics

IET Faraday partnership- Building Relationships and Legacy

As we kick off our 4th year of partnership with IET Faraday we reflect on the project; taking engineering shows to Key stages 1-4 students across the UK and drawing teachers’ attention to some of the great resources available through

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Beyond the Biological

by Rosie Coates   Throughout Biology Week 2013, the team at science made simple are celebrating all things biological, and we’re certainly spoilt for choice when in comes to subjects for our daily blog posts. It may come as some

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