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The full size Bugatti Cheron (Image: Lego)

LEGO Technic has successfully built a full size, fully drivable Bugatti Cheron supercar. Read more

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The Lego Group

The LEGO Group launches new partnership with the Natural History Museum to inspire children to explore nature through play. Read more

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Maria Tuxen Hedegaard

LEGO botanical elements such as leaves, bushes and trees will be made from plant-based plastic sourced from sugarcane. Read more

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Lego is celebrating its 60th anniversary. Read more

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Plastics knowledge for a greener Christmas

Going into the festive season armed with a little plastics knowledge could help you keep a lid on your carbon footprint this Christmas, EPPM Editor Rose Brooke explains. Read more

13 Dec 2017 10:33 editor's blog

LEGO launches Women of NASA

The world's favourite plastic building block toy is giving the accomplishments of NASA's brightest women a platform with its new Women of NASA set, which aims to inspire all children to pursue their STEM dreams. Read more

4 Dec 2017 15:23 editor's blog

The LEGO Group is engaging with children to try and create a sustainable future in contribution to its partnership with the World Wide Fund for Nature. Read more

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Image credit: Maia Weinstock (@20tauri) via LEGO

LEGO Women of NASA set for lift-off

The world's favourite plastic building blocks LEGO is launching a Women of NASA set, recognising accomplished women in STEM professions in a kit that aims to inspire. Read more

1 Mar 2017 09:22 editor's blog

Sustainable materials are central to a massive cash investment LEGO is making to boost its Danish headquarters, which includes plans for a state-of-the-art Sustainable Materials Centre to research and implement new materials. Read more

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Lego keeping Lapland's elves busy this Christmas

The little helpers are working hard at Father Christmas's workshop in Lapland and Lego appears to be taking up much of their time. EPPM Editor Rose Brooke looks at what plastic products are making it onto children's wish lists this Christmas. Read more

8 Dec 2015 15:04 editor's blog

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Image credit: LEGO (via the Newsroom http://www.lego.com/en-gb/aboutus/news-room/2015/june/sustainable-materials-centre)

LEGO is investing DKK 1 billion in finding a greener alternative to ABS for its iconic bricks, but without compromising on the quality of the current LEGO play experience. Read more

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