Yesterday I went to an exhibition showcasing the latest technological solutions for learning and the workplace.
Of course all the big names (Sony, Dell, Toshiba and even Google) were there telling us about how their products can change the way we learn and work.
It was all very exciting and innovative, but an important question was raised by Lord Robert Winston, do we already possess major technology in ourselves: The Human Brain!
Also, he stressed the importance of collaboration to increase the possibilities yielding work and study.
The point is paramount to the way we envisage learning in the future: will it be technology driven or encourage human contact?
In terms of science, technology definitely provides many benefits, and without the evolving nature of technology alongside scientific work, we would not have achieved as much as we have.