Speed up research with DreamLab
We bring together incredible ideas and technology to improve our society.
DreamLab is a free app from the Vodafone Foundation. It helps speed up scientific research into cancer, and most recently, COVID-19 - using your smartphones extra processing power.
The app harnesses this unused processing power to analyse complex data, which helps scientists at Imperial College London identify drugs and food-based molecules that can be used in treatment.
Why not download DreamLab today, and help join the fight against cancer and COVID-19?
Give independence to those with learning disabilities
We've teamed up with Mencap to create technology that improves quality of life for people with learning disabilities.
Co-designed by those who need it, and their support workers - the technology aims to help over 1.4 million people in the UK.
Helping families live happy and safe digital lives
More than seven million copies sent out on demand
Our Digital Parenting website and magazine provides parents with the latest online safety and wellbeing advice, from experts across the digital landscape.
Help your family set good habits
Use our free online tool to create your Digital Family Pledge, and learn together about the issues in our digital parenting magazine. The fun tool also helps you set great digital habits, together.
Building the next generation's digital skills
Vodafone's digital degree
Our digital degree apprenticeship helps around 20 students a year gain a BSc in Computer Science with zero tuition fees and a monthly salary. The four-year course at the University of Birmingham covers topics such as AI, cyber security and machine learning. As well as the degree, we provide all students with work placements at Vodafone and guarantee them a job in our digital team.
Digital Creators Challenge
We want to ignite the next generation's creativity and digital skills. Our Digital Creators challenge tasked 11 to 14 years olds to create an app to improve their community. The winning idea was an anti-bullying app and the primary school in Ilford, Essex, received £6,000 of IT equipment.
How can the UK become a leading tech hub of the future?
Read the Digital Supertowns research and the Brain Gain report to find out.
For more, see Vodafone UK Media Centre
Equal opportunities come when everyone has the opportunity to connect.
So regardless of age, gender, backgrounds and abilities we are making sure everyone has access to the online world