Simplifying Deep Tech

From A.I. to Zero Emission Technologies, we make complex Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics easier to understand. With world-class partners, and a focus on real-world problem solving, we accelerate technology and STEM learning in the workforce, and education.

In addition to producing our own learning kits and content, we produce custom learning solutions for Pearson; Singapore Science Centre; award winning vocational education provider, Box Hill Institute and several multinational technology companies. Through a growing partner network, our work is global in scope, and we are currently engaged in Australia, China, Brazil, Singapore and UK.

CLWB provides

  • Learning Kits – self-contained learning packages
  • Curriculum – High Tech/Low Tech, Science, Maths, Engineering & Design
  • Learning Platform – friendly step-by-step guides
  • Technical Training – technical training for business and education leaders, teachers, and senior decision makers
  • Learning Experience Design – buildings, departments, spaces and exhibitions 
  • Custom Technology Projects – in areas such as Internet of Things.



CLWB enables businesses to meet their technology and STEM skills needs, and we help to close the gap between what employers need and what education delivers. To do this, we deliver:


  • A.I.
  • Machine Learning
  • Data
  • IoT
  • Blockchain
  • Sustainable Energy
  • Electronics
  • Computer Science
  • Programming
  • Robotics
  • E-fashion
  • Desktop Manufacturing
  • Flight
  • Construction
  • Wearables
  • Life Sciences
  • Games and Entertainment

Learning Kits

Each aspect of the CLWB curriculum is covered by a Learning Kit. For those subject areas that have a physical computing dimension, such as IoT, we produce hardware kits. We carefully select the right combination of components to fit the learning outcome required, and package the kits so they can work as self contained learning units.

For purely virtual learning subject areas – such as Machine Learning – we produce Virtual Machine-based self-contained development environments.

Our kits can be purchased in racks and trays, or for individual learners to take home.

Services – “Deep Tech Task Force”

With a team of young people with proven skills in the hardest subject areas we can confidently take on tough Deep Tech and STEM challenges. Skills range across Mathematics, Physics, Robotics, Engineering, Electronics, Computer Science and FinTech disciplines. We even have a Robotics Olympiad champion and coach on the team, and other members cover areas such as Law and Public Policy.

CLWB offers tailored services solutions including –

  • Curriculum design
  • Content development
  • Training & coaching
  • ‘Tech Radars’
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Great lecture at the Alan Turing Institute by Professor Tony Hey, ex Microsoft Research, and now Chief Data Scientist at the UK’s ‘Science and Technology Facilities Council’, at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. Professor Hey outlined the challenges and opportunities posed by the growth of experimental data, created by the new generation of large-scale experiments such as the… Read More

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Following on from a lively and fascinating debate at the Balloon Fiesta Breakfast on ‘Artificial Intelligence: a blessing or a curse?, Business West catches up with Mike Lloyd, Founder of Do you think Artificial Intelligence is a blessing or a curse for business and the economy? Overall, AI could be a blessing to both… Read More

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Unpicking the Artificial Intelligence Talent Arms Race In the Winter 2017 issue of Breakthrough, UKSPA Chairman Dr David Hardman MBE highlighted the technology skills gap and said that ‘companies requiring specific skills will either struggle to grow, or will move elsewhere to access the necessary talent. This article explores how AI is driving the skills… Read More

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Its great to be based in a city so alert to the opportunities and threats posed by A.I. Since the middle of October, CLWB has been involved in a string of events in Bristol and Bath, delivering short and long workshops covering a full range of A.I. topics for audiences ranging from CTOs to primary… Read More

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Ian Myles, CLWB Asia Managing Partner, launches A.I. Demystified at the Maths Association of Western Australia’s STEM Education conference. Starting with the premise that A.I. is the first technology ever that is capable of producing itself without human intervention, the session covered a diverse set of topics, including: What is A.I.? A.I.s current and future impact… Read More

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CLWB has introduced two new products to our portfolio – A.I. learning packages for school children, ‘How to Make a Mind’; and introductory A.I. training for adults, ‘A.I. Demystified’. Our A.I. initiative kicks off on Friday 29th September with CLWB Asia partner Ian Myles delivering a keynote on A.I. at the Maths Association of Western Australia… Read More

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