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The Times Cheltenham Science Festival is an annual event celebrating science! The week long event caters for audiences of all ages and is designed to inspire, challenge, and surprise.
19 June, 2016
On May 4th, BBC journalists and crew came to the Robotarium East at the University of Edinburgh to report on our NASA Valkyrie Project for a special BBC News feature that was live streamed on the BBC Facebook page at 6pm. The feature, presented by BBC Science video journalist Victoria Gill, was...
12 June, 2016
Hong Kong - Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (“HKSTP”) has signed a memorandum of understanding (“MoU”) with Imperial College London, chair of the EPSRC UK-RAS Network to kick start a string of collaboration in Hong Kong and mainland China during HKSTP’s flagship event, the APAC...
07 June, 2016
Hundreds of kids had hands on experience with two of UK Robotics Week's feature robotics challenges during the fifth annual Imperial Science Festival on 7-8 May 2016.
17 May, 2016
Following two successful symposiums on life science and data sciences hosted by UCL, The London PhD Network organised its third session in this series dedicated to ‘Robotics and Intelligent Systems’ on 12th May at Imperial College London.
13 May, 2016
More than 100 researchers from 15 countries and 46 institutions worldwide including a number of UK-RAS Network partners (Bristol Robotics Lab, University of Cambridge, UCL and Imperial College) joined Soft Robotics Week 2016, an annual week dedicated to soft robotics, with "Trends, Applications and...
10 May, 2016
Second-year engineering students from University of Southampton won the UK finals of the ‘Eurobot’ competition beating several other UK universities, and international teams from France and Germany.
08 May, 2016
The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee undertook an inquiry into Robotics and Artificial Intelligence with the aim to seek responses on the following issues:
02 May, 2016
Increasing adoption of automation and robots is driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution and help maximising the benefits to the economy. In 2015, global sales of industrial robots post a new sales record of almost 240,000 units that corresponds to global year-on-year growth that 8% mainly driven...
28 April, 2016
Earlier this month, the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics took part in a number of events at the Edinburgh International Science Festival (26th March - 10th April). This year, the two-week festival explored science, technology, engineering and design through the concept of Building Better Worlds.
25 April, 2016