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  • In a previous blog entry the idea of using drinks can and an unbalanced motor was discussed. but what else have the projects participants t...
  • The junkbots project has now being running for 18 months in Northamptonshire, UK. But how have the junkbots being built? A video produced by...
  • Back to the main approach, simplest way and probably the quickest:- A body (drinks can and drinks bottles usually) and an unbalanced motor -...
  •  The second half (programming lego robots) on the junkbots project has been carried out at  Huxlow Science College  on 28th February 2011. ...
  • Arvind Gupta has produced a lot of work on turning junk into toys that aim to demonstrate the engineering ideas in an very interesting (wel...
  • Students at Brooke Weston School, Corby have been working with the University of Northampton's School of Science and Technology on the junkb...
  • A recent article in the Northampton Herald and Post " How a university is using waste as tool to inspire students " by Lawrence Joh...
  • Friday 16th March 2012, the junkbots project moved to year 6 at Roade Primary School.  The aim was to Look in to how to use electric motor...
  • Last Wednesday (11th June 2012) junkbots returned home. During the Inspiring Girls into Engineering event held at the School of Science an...
  • On the 30th April 2012 the junkbots project went to Wootton Primary's STEM club. The task was challenging to design and to build junkbots th...


If you would like to know more about the Junkbots project contact scott.turner@northampton.ac.uk

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