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  • A drone is not just for Christmas: UAV pilot courses
    A drone is not just for Christmas: UAV pilot courses

    Drones come in different types and sizes. Anyone can buy a small one and fly it around their garden for fun.

  • Survey: British people want to express themselves
    Survey: British people want to express themselves
    Anyone who has been to the UK, or failing that, watched the movie Notting Hill will know that British people have difficulty expressing their feelings. Here is some evidence that despite their famous shyness, they’d actually quite like to let it all hang out. If that’s all right with you, of course. Sorry. Excuse me.
  • Music for the neck downwards: History of Rock
    Music for the neck downwards: History of Rock

    Sometimes you meet people who can recite the entire family tree of rock: which bands spawned which other bands, which members left and formed their own bands, where they came from, who

  • EQ trumps IQ for workplace success
    EQ trumps IQ for workplace success

    To coincide with Valentine’s Day, an eLearning content provider is offering a free course in Emotional Intelligence for the workplace.

  • Beyond ‘Mmm, this is nice’: Wine Appreciation
    Beyond ‘Mmm, that's nice’: Wine Appreciation

    Start just by looking. What does the colour of the wine tell you? How does its surface cling to the edges of the glass – a clue to texture and alcohol content?

  • Supply chained: removing modern slavery from procurement
    Supply chained: removing modern slavery from procurement

    A new short video course aims to eradicate slavery from supply chains by educating procurement teams in taking action to prevent human exploitation.

  • Sustainable Food and Farming: feeding the future
    Sustainable Food and Farming: feeding the future
    Before the Industrial Revolution, farming had zero carbon footprint (if you discounted methane from cow farts, which they couldn’t do much about except for the inhumane use of corks).
  • Mechatronics: new professional degree in Australia
    Mechatronics: new professional degree in Australia

    The term ‘mechatronics’ was coined in 1971 by a Japanese engineer working for the Yaskawa Electric Corporation. As the word suggests, it originally combined mechanical engineering and electronics.

  • Kaboom! Create killer comics
    Kaboom! Create killer comics

    If you are into comic books, it can seem that their creators are so far beyond the rest of us in skill and imagination that only they have the divine right to produce comic books.

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  • Learn to create electronic soundscapes
    Learn to create electronic soundscapes
    Synthesizers have come a long way since the Moog and the Fairlight in the 1960s and 1970s. Synth sounds are so commonplace now that to create new sounds, you need to know a few things about how they work, and learn a bunch of software, to see how you can push the envelope.

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