Zero Robotics is out of this world

Zero Robotics is a computing competition that is, literally, out of this world. Organised by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and NASA, and welcoming entries from ESA member states (including the UK), it offers secondary school students the chance to solve space challenges and control robots on the International...

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Have your say in the development of new educational resources

On 6 March 2018, ESERO-UK is holding a workshop focused on the development of new teaching resources linked to Earth Observation.If you’re a geography or computing teacher, this is your chance to influence the development of resources on a national level.Researchers from the School of Earth and Environment at the University of Leeds will be...

L-Zone Minecraft building competition; enter to win!

L-Zone are holding their annual competition to find the best Minecraft model of the Sentinel-3 or Jason-3 ocean-monitoring satellites.Alternatively your students can get creative and design their own custom satellite or ocean monitoring system.For the first category, entrants will be provided with 3D views of the Sentinel-3 and Jason-3 satellites...

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