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Ada Lovelace day 2020 Competition

To celebrate Ada Lovelace day 2020, Ada’s adventurers are offering 30 schools packs to UK schools. You just need to send in your details and we will randomly pull 30 entries out of the hat. How to enter To enter the competition, add your school details in our Competition Form. This is open to UK teachers, parents of school-age children, and home schoolers. Closing date: 2 November 2020 Good Luck! ...

School Workshop Applications

We are pleased to announce that we can now offer Ada workshops in primary, middle and lower secondary schools in South Wales and South West England, thanks to funding from the Royal Astronomical Society. Each workshop will be a fun mixture of art and science, and emphasise creativity and building confidence for the students. Amongst other content, we will explore the “What happened next?" educational activity. Each student taking part in the workshop will also recieve their own copy of Ada’s Adventures in Science....

Competition Results

Congratulations to everyone who entered our “What happened next?" competition. We are pleased to announce that the winning entry is… Miruna from Colegiul National Gheorghe Lazar Sibiu in Romania. Her alternative ending was creative and beautifully drawn. It also captured the messages of hope and inspiration that are central to Ada’s Adventures. A prize we sent all of Miruna’s class copies of Ada’s Adventures in Science, as well as A0 posters of some comic book pages....

Win an Ada classroom pack

We are launching a competition for schools in EU to receive sets of Ada’s Adventures classroom packs and A0 art work. How to enter Complete the “What happened next?" activity with your students. Select comic book endings from your students to submit. Complete the entry Form, then Either: Scan and email the entries to [email protected] OR post the entries to: Dr Edward Gomez,School of Physics & Astronomy,Cardiff University,11-14 The Parade,Cardiff,CF24 3AA,UK...

Ada starts her journey

Today Edward posted out all the individual comic books to our amazing Kickstarter backers. 41 went around UK, 15 to the rest of the European Union, 32 to USA, 4 to Canada, 1 to Singapore, 1 to Japan, 1 to Australia, and 1 to Argentina - 92 in total! The lovely people in my small post office (inside Cardiff University Students' Union) were very patient and helped to put on all the international stamps....