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From flying warehouses to robot toilets – five technologies that could shape the future

From flying warehouses to robot toilets – five technologies that could shape the future

Posted by ap507 at Jul 27, 2017 09:30 AM |

Leandro L. Minku, Nervo Xavier Verdezoto D. and Stephan Reiff-Marganiec from the Department of Informatics discuss advancing technologies and how they could benefit us

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Informatics student wins prestigious business start-up partnership

Informatics student wins prestigious business start-up partnership

Posted by pt91 at May 22, 2017 01:12 PM |

Start-up business ‘Sphere’ aims to improve experience for public transport users

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Students claim top spots in prestigious poster competition

Students claim top spots in prestigious poster competition

Posted by ap507 at May 15, 2017 11:20 AM |

Oishi Deb and Claudia Cauli received 3rd prize in Undergrad and PhD categories at the ACM-W UK conference held at the University of Hertfordshire on 12 May

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A new EPSRC Grant on Democratising the Energy Sector

Posted by nw91 at Mar 29, 2017 05:30 PM |

Ruzanna Chitchyan has just been awarded an EPSRC grant to investigate new energy markets, inspired by the ``peer-to-peer'' markets that have emerged with the successes of AirBnb in the hotel industry and Uber in the taxi hire. The grant is joint with the University of Lancaster, and details can be found here.

£1 million investment in Informatics to enhance Big Data offer to science and business

£1 million investment in Informatics to enhance Big Data offer to science and business

Posted by pt91 at Feb 17, 2017 01:23 PM |

New resource will help academics to tackle business challenges

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