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Monday 5 July 2021
18:00pm - 19:00pm
Join us on Monday 5th July for the first of two special events to celebrate Maker Monday’s sixth birthday.
We are delighted to welcome inventor and champion of the Maker Movement Lucy Rogers.
Wiring the Internet of Things with Lucy Rogers
From a lamp that lights up when the International Space Station goes overhead, to robot dinosaurs, Lucy will take us on a journey through the projects she has made and how tinkering and playing can lead to commercial benefits.Professor Lucy Rogers PhD is an inventor with a sense of fun. She is a Royal Academy of Engineers Visiting Professor of Engineering Creativity and Communication at Brunel University, London, a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineers and of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. She is adept at bringing ideas to life, from robot dinosaurs to mini-mannequins and even a fartometer (or electronic canary) for IBM! She has developed her creativity and communication skills and shares her tricks and tools with others. She is the host of The DesignSpark Podcast – a comedy and tech podcast – and also The Engineering Edge Podcast, which looks at how people are using everyday technology to do extraordinary things.
We look forward to seeing you on Monday 5th July.
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For all queries regarding Maker Monday, please contact Tim Wilson – email@example.com / @timmy666
Maker Monday is powered by STEAMhouse, a new centre for innovation and creation. Uniting talented people from different backgrounds in the arts, science, technology, engineering and maths – the STEAM sectors – to bring amazing new ideas to life.
Created in partnership with Eastside Projects and funded by the European Regional Development Fund and Arts Council England, we’re driving innovation and research for major long-term growth across the region.
Bringing inventors, entrepreneurs, businesses and craftspeople together to develop exciting new ideas and products.
Photo credits: Karla Gowlett