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Upcoming events

Conducting Education Research in STEM

Wednesday, 01 December 2021, 11.30am to 1pm

With Professor Michael Seery, Professor of Chemistry Education and Staff Tutor at the School of Life Health and Chemical Sciences at the Open University. Session covers conducting educational research, supervising undergrad educational research projects, a framework to help you take the plunge, examples and illustrations to practise on. In person event, Phase 2 Seminar room, Biochemistry Department.

Human-Machine Collaboration Conference

Tuesday, 25 January 2022, 10am to 5pm

Recent advances in AI, machine learning and robotics means that machines of all varieties are embedded in our everyday lives. An increasing number of interactions in our work, social and family lives are now collaborations with machines. This conference will showcase the results of ground-breaking research and innovation carried out at the University of Oxford in this field. It will present the most recent results from the Human-Machine Collaboration Programme, supported by Amazon Web Services (AWS).