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AI-based control system for underwater robots developed by Chinese and British scientists

09/04/2020

Compared with traditional industrial robots in manufacturing, it is more challenging for an autonomous robot to work safely in dynamic and unstructured environments, such as vast space, open land and the deep sea.

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08/04/2020

Future of Pain MedTech SuperConnector Programme

Participants in the six-month MedTech SuperConnector programme, offered in partnership with GSK Consumer Healthcare Next and Beyond, will receive training, mentoring, a salary replacement and up to £45,000 for consumables to launch technology ventures.

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07/04/2020

AI in Medical Imaging

Imperial College London researcher Matina Giannafrou's work has been featured in the April edition of Computer Vision News.

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06/04/2020

Underground Bunker Exploration with a Team of Robots

Oxford Dynamic Robot Systems Group has been developing navigation and mapping for autonomous exploration underground.

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03/04/2020

Children’s book ‘Battle Robots of the Blood’ launches

Immunology expertise has combined with beautifully evocative illustrations to create an engaging book for children and their parents. A new children’s book ‘Battle Robots of the Blood’ launches today on Amazon.

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03/04/2020

Coronavirus: the science explained

Coronavirus: the science explained lays out the evidence and the facts about the virus, the disease, the epidemic, and its control. This website will be regularly updated with the latest science information behind the coronavirus outbreak.

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03/04/2020

Innovate UK, as part of UK Research and Innovation, will invest up to £20 million in innovation projects.

The aim of this competition is to support UK businesses to focus on emerging or increasing needs of society and industries during and following the Covid-19 pandemic. By fast-tracking innovation, the UK will be better placed to maintain employment levels, a competitive position in global markets and make the UK more resilient to similar disruption.

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