Scratch Week is a global celebration of Scratch that takes place from 15 to 21 May this year.
Raspberry Pi Foundation and its partners ESA Education are delighted to announce that for this year’s Mission Space Lab of the European Astro Pi Challenge, a record number of 800 teams from 23 countries sent in their ideas for experiments to run on board the International Space Station (ISS).
One of the harsh lessons from the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic was that far too many vulnerable young people in the UK don’t have access to a computer for learning at home. That’s why the Raspberry Pi Foundation has teamed up with UK Youth and a network of grassroots youth and community organisations to get computers into the hands of disadvantaged young people across the UK.
Carrie Anne Philbin, Raspberry Pi’s Director of Educator Support, has been awarded an MBE for her services to education in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020.
Philip Colligan, CEO of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, explains how the foundation is reinforcing its educational mission by helping students, teachers and volunteers to make the most of online learning using the tiny Raspberry Pi computer.
Philip Colligan, CEO of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, shares an update on how the Raspberry Pi Foundation is responding to the novel coronavirus and what it means for its work to support people all over the planet to change their world through technology.
From sifted [the new media site for Europe's innovators and entrepreneurs]: The credit card-sized kids' computer has grown up into an education, publishing and retail operation. And the device is increasingly being picked up by business users too.
Last week, Cambridge-based Raspberry Pi – makers of the popular mini-computer designed to encourage people to try coding and programming – opened its first high street store in the city's Grand Arcade.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent last week (Thursday) presented the UK’s top engineering innovation prize – the Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award – to the team of Cambridge engineers behind Raspberry Pi, the small but mighty microcomputer that has revolutionised control systems and redefined how people engage with coding.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation is joining forces with the CoderDojo Foundation, in a merger that will give many more young people all over the world new opportunities to learn how to be creative with technology.
If you’re a Pi fan, you’ll recognise their official case, designed by Kinneir Dufort. They’re rather proud of it, and if sales are anything to go by, users seem to like it a lot as well.
Raspberry Pi has trained over 540 educators in the US and the UK this year, something of which they're immensely proud. Now it is launching two free online CPD training courses, available anywhere in the world.
“I write this sitting in the kitchen sink”. “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times”. “When Gregor Samsa woke one morning from troubled dreams, he found himself transformed right there in his bed into some sort of monstrous insect”.
British ESA astronaut Tim Peake wants students to compose music in Sonic Pi for him to listen to. You have until 12 noon on Thursday 31st March to submit your Sonic Pi tunes and MP3 player code.
See the results of a year of digital creativity at Raspberry Pi Creative Technologists’ New Works Exhibition on 23 April in Cambridge.
Philip Colligan, CEO of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, writes: On Monday 29 February, we celebrated the fourth (or first) birthday of the Raspberry Pi computer by giving a little gift to the community in the form of the Raspberry Pi 3. A lot more power, with built in wireless LAN and Bluetooth, for the same great price of $35.
Yesterday was International Women’s Day, and the Raspberry Pi Foundation marked the day by celebrating six women who are doing really wonderful things with Raspberry Pi. Read the blog post here...
After four years in Mount Pleasant House in Cambridge, the Raspberry Pi Foundation is moving to larger premises near Cambridge Station.
Raspberry Pi is changing the way people teach, the way people make things, and the way they run their businesses.
Raspberry Pi Foundation and Code Club are joining forces in a merger that will give many more young people the opportunity to learn how to make things with computers.
Mike Horne and Tim Richardson are old, old friends of the Raspberry Pi project. They’ve been running the Cambridge Raspberry Jam for ages – it’s one of the Jams the Raspberry Pi Foundation uses as an exemplar and a showcase for anybody wanting to start their own.
The sharp-eyed among you will have noticed that a couple of months back, the Raspberry Pi Foundation was advertising for a new CEO.
GCHQ has today unveiled the world’s biggest Raspberry Pi ‘Bramble’ at the Big Bang Fair 2015 at the NEC Birmingham as it attempts to inspire the next generation of young talent to think about a future in science and technology.
(BUSINESS WIRE)--The new Raspberry Pi™ 2 Model B is now available to buy, priced around £25 ($35). Unveiled at a launch event yesterday (Monday) at The Shard, London by element14 and Raspberry Pi Trading, the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B is six times faster than the previous model and now boasts 1GB of RAM to run bigger and more powerful projects.