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Technology

Kensington Prep unveils interactive 'Explore Floor'

The space allows pupils to integrate tech into their learning in a new and unique way

£4m investment into Bristol's future engineering workforce

The extension by Kier Construction will accommodate a growth in apprenticeships offered by Cit...

Enabling a smooth transition to a new generation of tech

The requirements for audio visual (A/V) equipment are ever-growing, says emerging technologies...

Have you had your daily huddle?

Huddle spaces are a significant phenomenon. According to Wainhouse Research, there may be as m...

Uni conference builds confidence in manufacturing growth

Wolverhampton University hosted the Manufacturing Conference to mark the completion of a £10m ...

Design trends in schools which incorporate technology

The PSBP is transforming the most run-down schools in the country by providing facilities fit ...

NMiTE receives £8 million start-up funding 

Britain currently has an estimated shortfall of 40,000 engineering graduates

Launchpad LeiceSTAR

University of Leicester helps secure investment in space science and Earth observation technol...

Abingdon & Witney announce new £2.1m advanced skills centre

Beard will construct the teaching block which will help the college to deliver high-level tech...

The importance of digital devices in a SEN classroom

James Symons, CEO of LocknCharge, looks at the advantages of special educational schools using...

Edge Hill unveils the CAVE

New £13m Technology Hub to house the UK's first super immersive 3D virtual environment

Industry-first student property app rolled out

Innovative software from The Student Housing Company and Pelican Media sets industry benchmark...

School reveals state-of-the-art Science Centre

ACS Hillingdon unveils plans for new Science Centre and welcomes new Head of School

Over 3,600 online courses taken by construction industry

Construction industry welcomes e-learning to help increase best practice in being a considerat...

Robots first to move into UWE's Future Space

A robotics company behind the world's first gaming robot become first occupier in new £16m Uni...

ET August/September issue out now!

The August/September edition of Education Technology magazine, is now available to view, for f...

New research to improve construction technology

Trimble and Cambridge to collaborate on research in engineering and construction technology

Durlston designs the future

Our investment in design and technology is helping to prepare pupils for a rapidly changing wo...

A digital culture shift for the construction industry

Atlas Cloud says cloud-based software can help the construction industry survive the BIM trans...

Reading into it

Innova Design Solutions say bookless libraries could sweep education within a generation

Benenden's internet equipment is UK school first

Benenden School is the first in the country to have its own high-speed fibre broadband exchang...

New video wall delivers a stellar performance

First-of-its-kind LED video wall adds a new dimension to performing arts at St Paul's Catholic...

Intelligent technology - for buildings

Whole Life Consultants have come up with an intelligent way to calculate the performance of mo...

Student Housing Company launches industry first app

Student accommodation operator develops software for students to view accommodation

Cambridge ready for BIM

As the Building Information Modelling (BIM) deadline looms, Majenta helps the University of Ca...

'Building Tomorrow' online show launched by CIOB

Landmark online programme launched on the modernisation of construction

Back to the future: how will construction look in 2045?

New report from Hewden provides a sneak peak into the construction sector in 2045

No strings attached

Luke Turton says wireless technology offers schools a flexible, low cost and energy efficient ...

Hunters South Architects move into virtual reality

Architects use virtual reality-capable imagery for Woking school

Collaborating with BIM

Chris Darby says the building of a school in Kent benefited from all parties using BIM softwar...

Nearly half of AEC sector using BIM

The Business Advantage Group's Worldwide CAD Trends 2015 Results show 49% usage, heading to ne...

NBS releases BIM toolkit

A new digital toolkit developed to support the implementation of level two BIM is going live p...

Talking about BIM

Some of those involved in the development and roll-out of BIM level two are taking part in an ...

Applying technology for a simpler life

As we come to rely on digital data to perform even the simplest of tasks, access to a multi-fu...

Win a classroom visualiser!

Take part in 'The Use of Technology in the Classroom' survey and you could win a classroom vis...

Million-pound investment makes Reading science greener

University of Reading announces £1m upgrade to science labs to cut environmental impact of its...

NBS to showcase BIM Toolkit at Ecobuild

Attendees at this year's Ecobuild will be given an early opportunity to preview and comment on...

Manufacturing boost for Nottingham

A new £5m, high-tech manufacturing centre is set to put Nottingham back on the world manufactu...

Topping out at The Diamond

The official topping out ceremony of the £81m development took place at the University of Shef...

Display blindness

An environment dominated by screens has led to display blindness, where we switch off to both ...