Check out these photos from a recent launch event for the BBC micro:bit Model Rocket Car Competition.
Students from Haute Ecole ARC Ingénierie, Switzerland have won the Grand Final of the NXP Cup EMEA Challenge 2016.
Imagine having a smartphone app that would both warn you of impending rain AND alert you to the whereabouts of the brolly you are going to need.
"A small version of the graphic will be placed in the top corner of all presentation materials developed by the project."
Here's a bit of self-built motoring fun, served with a side-dish of LEDs. One for the Student Meisters category.
A battery-free wireless doorbell uses a Cherry energy harvesting switch that operates wirelessly and without a battery.
Here comes the Koov, an educational kit for robotics and programming. It's the latest offering from Sony.
Stanford University builds some very special MicroTugs ant robots, and you can see them in action.
This has the sniff of the future about it. E-sports are already establishing themselves and here comes the Drones, with the first World Drone Prix. The 2016 event has just been held in Dubai, with a prize pool totalling a huge $1 million. It certainly looks dramamtic. Check out the promotional veideo below, and then the video footage of one ...
Engineers at the computer vision lab of the US Columbia University have developed a five-component modular camera kit, dubbed Cambits. They were devised by computer science professor Shree Nayar, with Makoto Odamaki, a visiting scientist from Ricoh Corporation. Their five types of component are colour coded in brightly coloured 3D printed plastic cases and can be assembled (and reassembled) to create cameras equipped ...