Stephen Hawking was a maker at heart and you should be too…

“As a child, I wanted to know how things worked and to control them.” RIP Stephen Hawking. A scientist that not only managed to change the way we think about the nature of the Universe but someone who smashed head-first into popular culture. After the countless discoveries, awards, and fame, Hawking spent a large part […]

5 Ways We Can Start to Smash the Gender Divide in Science & Technology…

This article is part of our #BrightFutures series on helping build and understand the skills that the next generation will need for 2030. You’re young, creative and love tinkering with stuff. You’re probably happiest when you’re covered in glue and surrounded by the cardboard pieces you need to prototype your latest mad invention. Everyone is […]

BrightSparks Sponsors: RocketMill

One of Brighton’s premier digital marketing companies, RocketMill makes amazing content that’s driven by data and a quest for the highest quality service possible. This combination makes them one the cities most successful agencies. They have worked with huge brands like Dropbox, Jaguar, Reed and Land Rover. RocketMill believes that the key to their success […]

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MakerClub BrightSparks Nominated at Tech4Good Awards 2017!

The MakerClub BrightSparks programme has been nominated at this years  2017 Tech4Good Awards – it’s a tremendous achievement that puts us in the same company as previous winners like, Professor Stephen Hawking, Code Club ActionAid, and founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales! But, we need your help… What is BrightSparks? BrightSparks is a programme that helps […]