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"Robots and Revelations" is the theme of the Design and Technology with ICT Education Show at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, November 18-20. The UK Robotic Games arena will stage clashes between fighting robots weighing 12kg, demonstrations of 100kg robots from BBC2'sRobot Wars and a display of schools' robotic projects. Free seminars will be run and products on display will include the latest in electronics, CadCam, graphics and engineering. Contact the International Craft and Hobby Fair for details.

Tel: 01425 272711

"Dialogue between cultures and image" is the theme of Netd@ys 2004, a European Commission initiative. Those aged 15 to 25 are invited to submit projects that use new photographic, film and video technologies to study traditions, cultures and heritage in Europe and beyond. The projects will be showcased nationally and globally during Netd@ys Week, November 22-27.

Netd@ys is co-ordinated in the UK by Becta and Learning and Teaching Scotland. For details: Email: or

Catch up with the latest developments in educational technology at the BETT Show in Olympia, London SW7, January 12-16. BETT 2004 attracted more than 24,500 visitors and 550 education exhibitors. The key speaker is Angela McFarlane, professor of education and director of learning technology at the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol. More than 80 free seminars and workshops will be run. To register for free tickets: Tel: 0870 429 4574


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