This week, broadcasting live from the centre of Cambridge, the Naked Scientists delve into the digital age we live in. We look at new, exciting ways to get kids into coding, how big data is changing the world of healthcare, and we take to skies to go drone racing. But what are the problems we face in this technological age? We find out who is using our online data, and explore the dangers of connecting to public Wi-Fi...
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What's the best way to get people into coding, and is it really
A new, free programme allows people to write and play
music, simply by using code.
EDSAC is one of the mos important computers in British history, and is currently being recreated in a Cambridge garage...
This year the BBC micro:bit computer will be given out free to every 11 year old in Britain, to encourage them to learn to code.
Do you have what it takes to become a drone racer?
Can a shift to digital records help hospitals use big data to improve health care?
When you go online, who is tracking your behaviour and why?
Connecting to public Wi-Fi could mean you hand over the keys to your personal data.