The UK government is using Minecraft in an effort to find and recruit people to work in the computer security industry. The new strategy is the latest endeavour in the successful, long running initiative, the Cyber Security Challenge.
A promising new scheme using light to store information on a chip, even when power is off, has been unveiled by researchers from universities in Germany and the UK.
Telefonica's startup accelerator, Wayra, has opened its new call, featuring opportunities within different sectors including healthcare. Wayra has partnered with global healthcare company MSD to launch Velocity Health - the UK's first preventative healthcare start-up acceleration programme.
The 10 winners of the Robotics Business Review 2015 Game Changer Awards were announced at the RoboBusiness conference in San Jose, California, last week.
Adept, an EU funded programme which seeks to address the challenge of energy-efficient use of parallel technologies, has released its first set of benchmarks to characterise the power consumption of programming models on different architectures.
The UK government has teamed up with Nasa to develop a traffic monitoring system for commercial and civilian drone flights in the UK.
Officially opened by the Duke of Kent last week, the UK's new £70m centre, at the University of Surrey, is the world's largest academic research complex dedicated to the next generation of mobile and wireless connectivity
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Fri 09 Oct 2015
12:00 until 17:00Innovate UK are have launched a feasibility competition titled Software Verification & Validation...