Five ways the Raspberry Pi is making life a little sweeter
The Raspberry Pi project began when a few of us in Cambridge bemoaned the fall in numbers of computer science applicants and the decline in hobbyist programmers.
SDSC uses Meteor Raspberry Pi cluster to teach parallel computing
Researchers at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego, have built a Linux cluster using 16 Raspberry Pi computers as part of a program to teach children and a ...
Open-source through the lens of a microscope
A low-cost professional microscope based on open-source technologies has been developed by a group of engineers at the University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering.
Google unleashes Coder for Raspberry Pi as kid-friendly tool
World's cheapest computer gets millions tinkering
It's a single circuit board the size of a credit card with no screen or keyboard, a far cry from the smooth tablets that dominate the technology market.
RAPIRO wants to spread joy of robots with Raspberry Pi
Charlotte robot tells the world where it's not going
Raspberry Pi user shows home-automation feats using iPhone
Keeping to your New Year's resolutions with PiFace
After a festive period of excess, a January diet is one of the most common New Year resolutions for many people.
Pest specialists find spotted wing drosophila problematic in state
University of Maine Cooperative Extension pest management specialists tracking the invasion of the crop-damaging spotted wing drosophila fruit fly in Maine report that trapping results and surveys indicate that the pest has ...
Raspberry Pi posts news about camera board and prize winner
Scientists find aphid resistance in black raspberry
There's good news for fans of black raspberries: A U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientist and his commercial colleague have found black raspberries that have resistance to a disease-spreading aphid.
Overclockers can celebrate Raspberry Pi turbo mode
'Pink Lemonade,' 'Razz,' 'Sweetheart,' and 'Cara's Choice': superb blueberries from ARS
As a plant geneticist with USDA's Agricultural Research Service, Mark K. Ehlenfeldt has either developed, or helped develop, a dozen new varieties of blueberries, including "Pink Lemonade." Although not a first of its kind, ...