Blog entry by the Interactive Scientific team (UK-based Oracle Startup Partner)
Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator partner Interactive Scientific were one of only five companies to have innovative education technology featured in the Great British Classroom at the British/China Business Summit in Shanghai this week. The Great British Classroom, hosted by BESA and Director General Caroline Wright, accompanied UK Prime Minister Theresa May to the British/China Business Summit, and highlighted the education sector as one of the UK’s leading sectors for global innovations. Interactive Scientific, which is on the leading edge of that innovation, runs on Oracle Cloud.
The app, Molecules and Me, was featured on the interactive Promethean screens – highlighting a simple but impactful delve into the abstract world of atoms and molecules.
Becky Sage, CEO of Interactive Scientific said, “We are delighted to feature our product, Molecules and Me, at the British/China Business summit, positioning us as one of the leading innovative education software companies. Exporting incredible STEM education that promotes inclusivity, curiosity and creativity is our priority and we are happy to see that the Prime Minister and her team are championing a paradigm shift in science learning, by including us in the Great British Classroom.”
1. Visualize dynamic atoms and molecules; allowing students to interact and observe molecules.
2. Connect atoms and molecules to everyday life; contextualizing abstract principles so scientific phenomena become meaningful to learners.
Molecules and Me is just the tip of the iceberg with regard to the capability of Interactive Scientific’s technology. The company is currently completing the product Nano Simbox, which will be available to schools for the autumn term. To find out more, you can connect with Interactive Scientific here.