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As you probably have seen in the other articles from the website, TeenTech is actually a really great, exciting and interesting event about science and technology. But, what is the actual purpose of this event? Why does it exist? These questions have a really good answer but I think that the best person to answer […]

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Jules Hall is one of the associates who helped to run TeenTech. In this short interview you will find some interesting facts about TeenTech, personal expectations from her and the point of view about TeenTech from someone that works inside the event. One of the facts that you could find is how many organisations come […]

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Here we’ve got a really helpful interview that we did to two students from Queen Mary University. The activity they were responsible of was basically about how technology can implement technologic components in our body in case we have got any issues. There’s an article already on the website about it called “Technology in our […]

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TeenTech was such a good experience and we found so many interesting things, this was one of them. Some of you probably know this already, but some of you probably don’t. Our body is pretty much a place where (only if we really need to) we can place technologic components. From my personal experience, I […]

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TFL Electronic Signage

If you hadn’t already seen our interview with one of TFL’s beloved representative who takes part in the thinking of making TFL’s electronic bus trackers widely available. Lets talk about some changes they had mentioned! We all know this is the signature countdown for many bus stops which does a great job in informing what […]

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Here’s an amazing interview we did to Stuart Landridge. If you don’t know who is he, he’s basically that guy that you would like to talk to when you’re creating a business or any new idea that you think if you point it to the right direction it could work very well. Here’s a brief […]

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This liquid will literally freeze your hand in less than ten seconds. Watch this video to understand a little bit better how this works, the people who were in control of this activity let us filmed them to explain what this is all about. The liquid that you’ll see in the video is nitrogen with […]

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Technology in Media

One of the big themes of the TeenTech event was showing kids elements from behind the scenes of the media they consume, specifically one of the features at the event was demonstrating the technology being used in broadcasting to produce computer generated backdrops, otherwise known as “Chroma Keying”. The way this was demonstrated was by […]

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Scratch

What is Scratch? Scratch is a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations. Throughout the event, a lot of the events that had an interactive edge to it, they used Scratch to show their flow charts using the if and else statements without having to code. […]

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