With over 25 million unique users per month, Polish edtech company Brainly offers a social learning platform for students seeking homework help. We paid a visit to its Krakow office to learn more.
Games can help in teaching surgery, encourage physical activity and train the brain. In a guest post, Sagi Schorrer – co-founder of game-creator Brainbow – delves into the world of ‘serious gaming’.
Backed by the richest man on earth, ResearchGate hopes to change the face of science. We spoke to CEO Ijad Madisch after the company was found in the midst of a debunking of a major stem cell study.
The Raspberry Pi foundation and its distribution partners have shipped more than 2.5 million mini-computers worldwide so far. Chief engineer Gordon Hollingworth tells us what comes next.
Mendeley, a startup founded by a trio of German academics, revolutionised academic publishing. Then, it was bought by incumbent Elsevier, causing concern among its users. Were they right to worry?
Espoo, Finland-based Angry Birds creator Rovio dreams and bets big. Not content with making waves in the mobile gaming and merchandising space, the company is looking to tackle education next.
Roxanne Varza gives a comprehensive overview of the various learn-to-code initiatives and other noteworthy computer programming education projects that are mushrooming all across Europe.