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News & Product Updates

News articles, main blog and also homepage articles.
  • Doctor Who and the BBC microbit

    From Monday 24th April, Doctor Who will be taking over schools across the UK in a special Doctor Who and the BBC microbit mission… The Daleks want to destroy the universe with a Reality Bomb and the Doctor needs your help if there's to be any chance of stopping them!
  • Announcing the micro:bit Give Shop

    This week the micro:bit Foundation launched the micro:bit Give Shop – a way you can help change the lives of disadvantaged children around the world by helping them learn to code and invent with the micro:bit.
  • New Products For Your Projects

    We've sourced a very mixed bag of five new products that might provide just what you need to add the finishing touches to the project in question. The following new products are all in stock and available to order from us via our website now.
  • Doctor Who And The BBC micro:bit Live Lesson

    The BBC micro:bit is to be put to the test at the controls of the TARDIS in this special Live Lesson, in collaboration with the team behind Doctor Who.
  • Kitronik Are Going To The Maker Faire UK In April

    Maker Faire UK is the greatest show (and tell) on Earth and we're excited to be exhibiting! Taking place on Saturday 01 – Sunday 02 April 2017 at Life Science Centre in Newcastle, it’s a two-day family-friendly festival of invention and creativity.
  • Geoff Hampson In York For microbit CPD

    On Monday Kitronik Director, Geoff Hampson, was at the National STEM Centre in York with Paul Boyd and Gemma Taylor. They were there to deliver 1-day CPD course on "Using the microbit in design and technology/ICT" to teachers and technicians.
  • Protect Your Wolfblood Secrets With The microbit

    The BBC microbit has teamed up with CBBC drama Wolfbood. Discover how you can use your microbit to create secure boxes and to create an ID badge in order to protect the Wolfblood secrets. The BBC have provided video walk-throughs, featuring key cast members, and detailed instructions to help you with the projects.
  • Product Update Diaphragm Pump & Silicone Tube

    In this week's product update, we've got the perfect lines for those that want to make projects that require moving water, or air, from one place to another. Great for fish tanks, water features or automated watering systems.
  • NTU Designing with E-textiles Course 2017

    NTU Designing with E-textiles Summer 2017. Join Nottingham Trent University this summer on a course for people who want to create products that bring together electronics and textiles into a new and exciting forum.
  • Kitronik becomes official micro:bit wholesaler - Press Release

    Kitronik, a leading provider of electronic project kits and educational resources to schools and one of the original partner organisations in the BBC micro:bit project, has announced that it is now an official micro:bit wholesaler. The company is one of only two wholesalers for the Micro:bit Educational Foundation.
  • New Produts Laser Rubber & Hamburger Speaker

    Towards the end of last week we introduced two new products, one for the makers and one for the noise makers. New to our range are; 2.3mm Laser Rubber A4 sheets and the 3W Hamburger mini speaker. Both the Laser compatible rubber and the hamburger mini speakers are in stock and available to order in the Kitronik shop.
  • microbit Lap Counter For Scalextric Like Track

    Our good friend, David Booth, has designed and built a microbit lap counter for a Scalextric type car track and we think it's fantastic. Learn how he did it and make your own.
  • New Product - Cardboard Mono Amplifier Case

    You may not have noticed but we've recently introduced a new Cardboard Mono Amplifier case that offers an extremely cost effective way of housing an amp, that is part of an electronics-focused practical task, without having to spend weeks on the enclosure.
  • Kitronik And The microbit Foundation Visit Serbia

    Along with Gareth James, Director of Educational Programs for the microbit Foundation, our own Tim Goodman visited the Serbian capital Belgrade last week to spread the word about education and the BBC microbit.
  • New Product Update - Introducing NeoPixels

    What's better for your project than rings, boards and sticks of pulsing, colourful miniature LEDs? We can't think of much else, and that's why we've added them to our range.

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