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Matrix & ATLAB – supplying STEM education in the UAE

BY LIAM WALTON | JANUARY 30, 2017

With the rise in the teaching of STEM education globally in the last few years, teachers have been faced with the challenge of teaching often complex topics involving technical learning platforms and therefore preparing students for the advanced technological world in which we live and work. Amongst popular STEM disciplines to be taught here in...

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Another UTC using Matrix Engineering solutions

BY LIAM WALTON | JANUARY 4, 2017

University Technical Colleges were introduced as part of the Academies Programme several years ago. Since then, more than 40 have been set-up across the country. UTC’s as they’re known each have specific specialism’s, which are generally linked closely to employment needs and requirements in the areas in which they have been established. Furthermore, UTC’s are...

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Port Moresby International Science Fair

BY LIAM WALTON | DECEMBER 19, 2016

Last year, we told a story of how our basic Locktronics science kits were helping students all the way over in Papa New Guinea to simplify electricity and electroncis understanding. Last week, we received an update from Peter Jackson in the Science department at the Port Moresby International school. “On Friday 2nd December the school...

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From prototyping to real-world applications in one step

BY LIAM WALTON | DECEMBER 14, 2016

FROM PROTOTYPING TO REAL WORLD APPLICATIONS IN ONE STEP Together with many thousands of other electronics enthusiasts you receive this mail with the latest updates from the engineer’s desk of Matrix. If you are active in teaching or designing electronics you will be aware of the gap between testing, trying out, and bringing prototypes into...

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Flowcode 7 chipKIT programming direct using USB

BY LIAM WALTON | DECEMBER 5, 2016

In recent years, we’ve seen a significant rise in the number of engineers using 32-bit devices both in the home and in their place of work for a varied range of projects. Earlier this year, we began support for 32-bit PIC devices in Flowcode version 7. This week, we a further exciting development to announce....

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