Over the Summer Holidays, EtonSTEM was, for some odd reason, targeted in a brute-force hacking attempt. After many weeks of frustration and constant set-backs, we had managed to transfer the website to a secure server. However, this resulted in something much much worse: The website itself was completely wiped. Back-ups were also impossible to create before the server migration, which may have been due to the underlying issues with the website code.
However, the team and I have worked tirelessly to bring EtonSTEM back online, and we have finally managed to do so, with an all-new website built completely from scratch! We are also delighted that the EtonSTEM website has been picked up by Eton as an official school publication and will hopefully remain a part of Eton’s Science department for years to come.
Many thanks to my amazing team: Rajas Nanda, Max Hersov, Simba Shi and Tobi Bamisaye.
You might notice that some pages are currently empty. These will be filled in the coming weeks with a range of resources and publications alike. We hope you will enjoy the new website, and the fantastic articles to come.
Richard Kim, Head and Founder of the new EtonSTEM publication