A number of regional libraries across Australia are out to prove that computer programming can be fun. They're bringing in robots to teach children the skills they'll need to get a job in the high-tech industries of the future.
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A 17-year-old Cameroonian has won Google's annual Code-In competition despite the partial shutdown of internet in his country. Nji Collins Gbah is the first African to win the competition.
At the biggest convention of hackers in Europe - organized by the Chaos Computer Club - there are hacking course for youngsters. What do they learn? Educator Daniel Seitz says it's more benign than you might expect.
A mobile DNA lab for remote regions is one thing, but a chemistry kit for kids at Christmas is another altogether. Bento Lab co-founder Bethan Wolfenden tells DW why we all need to understand genetics.
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