Carbon data wires that are good for society
In a follow up interview with Alvin Orbaek White, Senior Lecturer and Sêr Cymru II Fellow at the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI), he tells Johanna Hamilton AMBCS about a recent grant from the Welsh government, progression and why his lightweight, recycled carbon data cables are good for society.
BCS President calls for action on gender parity
Women are bearing the brunt of the pandemic when it comes to work and caring duties. Rebecca George OBE and President of BCS says women are already disproportionately represented in the tech industry, and more must be done to support them.
Computing teachers rise to the challenge in lockdown 3
Computer Science teachers have been at the forefront of helping their schools switch back to remote learning in this latest lockdown. We asked members of the Computing at School peer-to-peer teachers support network, backed by BCS, to share their top tips. Claire Penketh reports.
Waive data charges on education websites during lockdown, says BCS
Educational websites should be exempt from mobile data charges to help the poorest families, according to BCS. Key sites used by schools and parents, for example, Purple Mash and Classcharts, should not incur any mobile charges in lockdown, according to BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT. James Woodward reports.
BCS webinar: In conversation with digital apprentices