The UK Space Agency (UKSA) report on the successful launch of their first CubeSat earlier this month.
With regard to the AMSAT-UK FUNcube-2 sub-system carried by the satellite the UKSA say:
“As well as providing a fantastic opportunity for innovative UK companies and UK academics to collaborate on a national space project, UKube-1 is also useful for training the next generation of space engineers and includes an education payload intended to support STEM initiatives. The payload consists of a tiny radio transmitter for science education and a materials science experiment from which school students can receive data which can be compared to results obtained from similar reference experiments in the classroom. The system, funded by volunteer members and friends of AMSAT-UK, is called FUNcube-2.”