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Crocodile Clips is launching two products next month to bring science and technology to life for youngsters without danger, but pre-release versions will be on show at SETT.

Crocodile ICT is a tool for teaching programming and control and will be available free for a limited period.

The second new product is a tool for translating electronic circuits into printed circuit board layouts, allowing pupils to carry design through from concept to working product.

With funding from the Scottish Executive, every secondary school will get a site licence for the virtual chemistry lab Crocodile Chemistry and a subscription to the support service Crocodilia, which provides upgrades, activities and lesson plans.

www.crocodile-clips.com

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