Liverpool Makefest 2022

Liverpool Makefest 2022

Liverpool Makefest is an extremely popular annual event held at the Central Library in the heart of Liverpool. It celebrates the maker movement and is a showcase for local businesses and technical special interest groups that support, encourage, a develop products and services for those who like to invent, design and tinker with all forms of technology. Liverpool Makefest is the UK's biggest single-day maker event. Coronavirus halts Liverpool Makefest Sadly, just like thousands of other event up and down the country, the Liverpool Makefest has been absent from the local calendar. However, it's back for 2022 and will open its doors on Saturday, July 2nd. The last event, in 2019, saw hundreds of people visit the event at which more than 200 makers presented live science experiments, hands-on activities with amazing technology, fun crafting sessions, opportunities to get close up to the latest inventions and have a play with gadgets that might just be the next big thing. Quantum Technology Club to exhibit These makers...
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YOTA 2017 support from Quantum Technology Club member

YOTA 2017 support from Quantum Technology Club member

Rebecca Hughes (amateur radio callsign M6BUB) is an active member of the Quantum Technology Club. However, she is also a member of the Radio Society of Great Britain's (RSGB's) Youth Committee. One of the their main focuses for the last eighteen months has been the organisation of this years Youngsters on the Air 2017 (YOTA 2017) event. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TfRVgAp2gU YOTA an annual event YOTA is as annual event which young licensed amateur radio operators from throughout Region 1 (Europe, Africa, Middle East and Northern Asia) attend for a summer camp in a different country each year. This year it is the UK's turn to host the event and the RSGB's Youth Committee has played a major role in organising activities for the young folk to enjoy. YOTA a multinational and multicultural event In previous year YOTA has been held in Austria, Belgium & the Netherlands, Estonia, Finland and Italy. This year 80 young people will attend from 30 countries, including one group from as far afield as...
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