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Tag: students

Code clubs show the digital future in Bristol

28th July 2017
Young coders show their vision of the world in 2030
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Time to make a Big Bang for design

5th July 2017
"Let’s get people talking about creativity and STEM"
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The University of Bristol announces plans for a £300m campus with a focus on tech and digital

23rd June 2017
With the bold aim to reinvent what education means, students will be in for an unprecedented experience
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The James Dyson Award returns with the chance for a student design engineer to win £30,000

20th June 2017
Consider yourself a problem solver? Enter the competition today to put your skills to the test
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Not sure who to vote for? Bristol uni students’ app comes to the rescue

6th June 2017
With the election just days away, students create iOS app to let you understand key political party policies
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Last chance for graduates to apply for 12 months of free entrepreneurial working space and mentorship

19th April 2017
Start your business career alongside tech incubators like the Bristol Robotics Lab, Future Space and the Health Tech hub
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Bristol’s Scott Logic launches its 2017 graduate programme

6th March 2017
As well as opening up its Bristol office doors for some Tech Talks this week
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Meet Team Bath Drones – the group of students taking autonomous drones to new heights

15th February 2017
Final-year students from the University of Bath are embarking on the IMechE Unmanned Aircraft Systems competition for a second year running
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Broadcom looks for teenage science and technology enthusiast

29th December 2016
Foundation will fly winning candidate to the US next May
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Missed TEDxYouth@Bath? Catch the highlights here!

7th December 2016
Get the low down from the empowering day of 'ideas worth spreading'
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SPARK Skills Fest attracts tech talent in the hundreds

2nd December 2016
Highlights of the South West's first ever independent recruitment event dedicated to the region's booming tech and digital cluster
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Thinking of doing a Creative and Digital Media Apprenticeship?

30th November 2016
Here's why you should be - from someone doing one at TechSPARK towers!
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Line-up announced for SPARK Skills Festival 2016!

23rd November 2016
Updated: AI & chatbots, a day in the life of a games developer, how to land your dream role in a startup & more in the inspiring line-up for SPARK Skills Fest. Plus, WIN an Amazon Dot!
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Ever wondered how a computer works? The University of Bristol is here to show you

15th November 2016
The massive Big Hex Machine clarifies the inner workings of our computers
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SPARK skills festival looking to connect tech and digital employers with talented job seekers

14th November 2016
UPDATED: Plus you get to play with the top tech being produced by local firms
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Bath Innovation Centre boosts graduate talent with innovation bursary

27th October 2016
Electronically assisted cargo bikes, a ‘fast fashion’ app and a B2B data marketplace are just a few of the ideas being supported by the bursary
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Bristol’s students beat the clock at Scott Logic coding challenge

18th October 2016
Find out what happened when Scott Logic teamed up with student developers for a 'virtual trading' challenge
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Profile: University of Bath Innovation Centre – the entrepreneurship hub in the tub

21st September 2016
The centre for supporting tech businesses with events, access to mentors and work space all in the middle of the great city of Bath
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Bath:Hacked win £7k grant for project to help schools reduce energy usage

16th September 2016
The Energy Sparks collaboration will build an app to help schools better visualise their energy data
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Profile: boomsatsuma – the digital agency that’s fuelling the next generation of creative innovators

12th September 2016
Find out how boomsatsuma is offering inspiring creative programmes from primary age to graduate level whatever the pupil's grades
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