New creative industries initiative opens for business

A muti-million-pound initiative designed to boost innovation in the screen industries is now open for business. Clwstr is a five-year research and development programme that’ll help to create new products, services and experiences, with the aim of accelerating this sector in South Wales. Led by Cardiff University with the support of University of South Wales and Cardiff...

Techniquest celebrates British Science Week

The weekend saw educational charity Techniquest celebrate British Science Week with robotics, medieval medicine and a glowing sculpture. On March 16th and 17th, the Cardiff Bay-based science discovery centre used its two floors of interactive exhibits to showcase innovation, medicine and the natural world. Visitors could take part in special activities such as Rocketry and Programming Robots using Lego. Meanwhile, aspiring scientists...

Welsh robotics firm wins Henry Ford Award

Collaborative robotics firm Reeco Automation has received a prestigious global award for the work it has completed with motoring giant Ford. The Powys-based company won the Henry Ford Award for integrating a collaborative robot into the manufacturing process at Ford’s engine plant in Bridgend. Several global entries were submitted and accessed by judges before Reeco was...

Founder Tales: Aimee Bateman, CEO of Careercake.com

Over the past few years, Careercake.com has emerged as the go-to platform for people looking to land their dream job or get to the next stage of their career. Founded by former recruitment professional Aimee Bateman in 2010, the video content platform is viewed by more than 43 countries and is backed by the likes...

Cardiff STEM leaders offer expert advice on tackling the skills gap

Innovative thinking and dynamic partnerships between STEM leaders and educators are the key to reversing a “catastrophic” shortfall of over 200,000 scientific workers a year, according to Cardiff’s business leaders. Experts from Sony UK Technology Centre, scientific educational charity Techniquest, and intellectual property firm Wynne Jones IP, are speaking out to mark British Science Week...

Pupils take part in coding competition

Education minister Kirsty Williams visited Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor in Gwynedd last week to attend the annual Wales Coding Competition. The competition is aimed at promoting computing and programming skills among young people aged between 7-16 in Wales. This year, pupils were challenged to create a computer game based on the theme of discovery and adventure. Supporters...

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