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Primary school students take part in a workshop that is designed to encourage ‘engineering habits of mind’ Reframing engineering as a set of habits of mind is a helpful and practical way of raising students’ achievement across all subjects, according to the findings of a report carried out by the...
Original Article here Robotics and artificial intelligence have the potential to transform the UK’s industry, economy and workplaces. Professor Guang-Zhong Yang CBE FREng, Director and Co-founder of The Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery at Imperial College London and Chair of the UK-RAS Network,...
Watch the exciting trailer for the forthcoming film by the University's Autonomous Systems USRG - due to be launched as part of UK Robotics Week 2017. The film has been made in response to EPSRC's Robotics and Autonomous Systems Grand Challenge . The Autonomous Systems USRG led by Professor James...
A showcase of robotics for academia, industry and the public
The UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) and the ITER Organization have entered into a technical collaboration which will see the UKAEA’s centre for Remote Applications in Challenging Environments, RACE, host the ITER Remote Handling Test Facility (IRTF) for a period of at least five years. The UK...
Nationwide programme expanded for 2017 – from “Robots At The Movies” and 3D Printing to Social Care, Extreme Environments and Robots and the Law London, United Kingdom, 6th April 2017 – UK Robotics Week Returns: The UK’s role at the heart of robotics innovation will be shared again with the public...
Article by Susan Swarbrick, Columnist and Senior Features Writer for The Herald