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Economics - Computer Science - 08.12.2022
’Hand to hand’ app helps poorest with COVID impact
A Tik-Tok-style short video app, specifically for marginalised groups in low-income countries, has been developed and trialled by researchers at Oxford and the University of Birmingham.

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 22.11.2022
Manchester AI summit aims to attract experts in advanced engineering and robotics
The University of Manchester is launching a new specialist multi-disciplinary centre to explore developments in smart robotics through the lens of artificial intelligence (AI) and autonomous machinery.

Computer Science - Innovation - 22.11.2022
Power of data science will help UK manufacturers cut energy bills, boost productivity and increase competitiveness

Computer Science - Innovation - 18.11.2022
University of Glasgow researchers lend support to autonomous networks Build-a-thon event
Dozens of teams from around the world have taken part in Build-a-thon 2022, an autonomous communications networks competition, supported by researchers from the University of Glasgow.

Environment - Computer Science - 07.11.2022
Smartphone users to help simulate cyclones and predict effects of climate change
Researchers are partnering with the Vodafone Foundation to use the computing power of millions of smartphones to crunch data about cyclones.

Computer Science - Innovation - 02.11.2022
German government tasks Sussex spin-out with building a powerful quantum computer in ¤67M contract
German government tasks Sussex spin-out with building a powerful quantum computer in ¤67M contract

Computer Science - 28.10.2022
Advice on configuring AirDrop to prevent unsolicited content reaching your devices
Advice on configuring AirDrop to prevent unsolicited content reaching your devices

Innovation - Computer Science - 27.10.2022
Schmidt Futures selects Imperial for $148M initiative to accelerate AI research
Schmidt Futures selects Imperial for $148M initiative to accelerate AI research
Imperial College London and eight leading universities across the world will launch the next frontier of scientific discovery through AI.

Computer Science - 26.10.2022
Launch of new mandatory information security training - CybSafe!
Launch of new mandatory information security training - CybSafe!
The new information security mandatory training course on the new CybSafe platform is due to launch on Monday 31st October.

Computer Science - 25.10.2022
Postgraduate taught students: make sure your home address is up to date 
Postgraduate taught students: make sure your home address is up to date 

Computer Science - Art and Design - 20.10.2022
NOVARS on a public engagement mission at the Manchester Science Festival 2022

Computer Science - Career - 14.10.2022
Cardiff University recognised as an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Education

Computer Science - Career - 12.10.2022
Startup sets out to offer affordable software engineering services

Computer Science - Innovation - 10.10.2022
Claims AI can boost workplace diversity are 'spurious and dangerous', researchers argue
Claims AI can boost workplace diversity are ’spurious and dangerous’, researchers argue
Research highlights growing market in AI-powered recruitment tools that claim to bypass human bias to remove discrimination from hiring.

Computer Science - Innovation - 10.10.2022
Partnership forges excellence in Human Centric Cyber Security

Computer Science - Environment - 07.10.2022
In a UK first, Bath adopts full cloud supercomputing to research
In a UK first, Bath adopts full cloud supercomputing to research
Named Nimbus, the new supercomputer has critical AI capabilities and will unlock near-limitless compute power for research and innovation.

Computer Science - Environment - 07.10.2022
In a UK first, Bath adopts full cloud supercomputing to turbocharge research
In a UK first, Bath adopts full cloud supercomputing to turbocharge research
Named Nimbus, the new supercomputer has critical AI capabilities and will unlock near-limitless compute power for research and innovation.

Computer Science - Environment - 04.10.2022
UCL partners with Met Office to advance science of weather and climate prediction
UCL partners with Met Office to advance science of weather and climate prediction
UCL academics' expertise in environmental hazards, machine learning and research computing will help build resilience to high-impact weather events and climate change through a deeper partnership with the Met Office.

Computer Science - Environment - 03.10.2022
In a UK first, Bath launches powerful full-cloud supercomputing capability

Health - Computer Science - 28.09.2022
University of Glasgow researchers set sights on New Horizons
Researchers from the University of Glasgow's College of Science & Engineering have been awarded funding to support cutting-edge new research projects.

Computer Science - Physics - 21.09.2022
Three Imperial experts elected Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering

Innovation - Computer Science - 13.09.2022
Leeds Digital Festival 2022

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 06.09.2022
How are everyday scientific practices influenced by automation and digitalization?
How are everyday scientific practices influenced by automation and digitalization?
Barbara Ribeiro, Robert Meckin, Andrew Balmer and Philip Shapira have published a new paper in Research Policy on the digitalisation paradox of everyday scientific labour.

Computer Science - 01.08.2022
Contact UCL's Security team direct from your phone with the SafeZone app
Contact UCL’s Security team direct from your phone with the SafeZone app

Innovation - Computer Science - 26.07.2022
Imperial startup to bring Hollywood-style 3D face capture to consumers
Technology from Lumirithmic based on Imperial research can create a life-like digital model of a person's face in minutes.

Computer Science - 19.07.2022
Music PhD Chris Rhodes awarded EPSRC Post-Doctoral prize to start in the department of Computer Science, UoM

Computer Science - Innovation - 19.07.2022
Further £2m for Supercomputing Wales

Computer Science - 05.07.2022
Prof Jack Dongarra General Lecture to celebrate Turing Award
Prof Jack Dongarra General Lecture to celebrate Turing Award

Computer Science - 23.06.2022
Teams up with Atos and Arm to offer wider cloud computing possibilities
Teams up with Atos and Arm to offer wider cloud computing possibilities

Computer Science - Psychology - 21.06.2022
Digital psychosis monitoring system trial launches
Digital psychosis monitoring system trial launches
A groundbreaking smartphone app for remote digital data collection which aims to predict if an individual will relapse into psychosis is to be trialled across the UK in a £12.5 million study. Led by University of Manchester researchers, the system will be tested across six Higher Education Institutions and their partnering NHS Trusts in England, Wales and Scotland.

Innovation - Computer Science - 17.06.2022
Bath 3D printing spinout Gen3D acquired by Altair
Bath 3D printing spinout Gen3D acquired by Altair
3D printing design software and consultancy business purchased by computational science and AI leader Gen3D, a spinout technology company started at the University of Bath that specialises in softwar

Computer Science - Campus - 16.06.2022
Official recognition for cybersecurity degree programme

Innovation - Computer Science - 16.06.2022
SimplyDo joins sbarc|spark

Computer Science - Health - 14.06.2022
Students develop software to revolutionise computer use for millions
Students develop software to revolutionise computer use for millions
Ground-breaking software that allows users to control their PC through their webcam using face and body movements has been developed by a team of UCL Computer Science students in collaboration with Intel, Microsoft, IBM, Google and the NHS.

Computer Science - 08.06.2022
University recognised with national cyber security recognition

Computer Science - Innovation - 30.05.2022
Taking the strain out of parking in busy cities with AI technology
Taking the strain out of parking in busy cities with AI technology

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 23.05.2022
Manchester experts are designing AI-powered machines tough enough to work safely in hostile hotspots
Manchester experts are designing AI-powered machines tough enough to work safely in hostile hotspots
A new generation of smart robots is being developed at The University of Manchester that can be trusted to think and act for themselves in some of the most hazardous places on Earth - and beyond.

Computer Science - 12.05.2022
An International conference on the advances in AI and data science returns to Manchester
An International conference on the advances in AI and data science returns to Manchester

Computer Science - Innovation - 10.05.2022
£9.5m for Cardiff-led Cyber Innovation Hub

Astronomy / Space - Computer Science - 10.05.2022
Two UCL academics elected new Fellows of the Royal Society

Computer Science - 28.04.2022
Hannah Fry lecture marks the opening of Abacws

Physics - Computer Science - 26.04.2022
A robot called Lyra is helping transform nuclear infrastructure inspection
A robot called Lyra is helping transform nuclear infrastructure inspection
A robot named Lyra has been used to inspect a ventilation duct in Dounreay's redundant nuclear laboratories and map radioactive materials.

Astronomy / Space - Computer Science - 12.04.2022
UK to build software brain for giant radio telescope
UK to build software brain for giant radio telescope
More than £15million has been awarded to UK institutions, including The University of Manchester, which are delivering the crucial software 'brain' of the world's largest radio telescope.

Computer Science - Physics - 21.03.2022
£3m project aims to help computing take quantum leap
A new project which aims to help take quantum computing from the lab to real-world applications has been backed by £3m in new funding.

Computer Science - Music - 01.03.2022
Machine-learning music project UNSUPERVISED 2021 shortlisted for Digital City Award

Social Sciences - Computer Science - 15.02.2022
Facial recognition technology ’reinforces discriminatory policing’ in New York
New Yorkers living in areas at greater risk of stop-and-search by police are also more exposed to invasive facial recognition technology, according to a new analysis involving UCL researchers and led by Amnesty International.

Astronomy / Space - Computer Science - 14.02.2022
Shooting for the stars: astrophysicists join the global tech revolution
Shooting for the stars: astrophysicists join the global tech revolution
The University of Bath has become a major consortium partner in 4MOST - a telescope facility that's set to change the face of astrophysics over the next decade.

Innovation - Computer Science - 09.02.2022
Cambridge awarded ¤1.9m to stop AI undermining 'core human values'
Cambridge awarded ¤1.9m to stop AI undermining ’core human values’

Physics - Computer Science - 09.02.2022
UCL quantum computing spinout opens first lab
UCL quantum computing spinout opens first lab
Quantum Motion, a quantum computing spinout led by academics from UCL and Oxford University, has opened its first lab - the largest independent lab of its kind in the UK.

Computer Science - 02.02.2022
University of Glasgow among first-ever recipients of Turing Network Development Awards