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Researchers call for volunteers to refine mosquito-detecting app

Researchers call for volunteers to refine mosquito-detecting app

Citizen science Engineering Public Engagement Zoology

Researchers from Engineering Science, Zoology and Kew Gardens have developed a way of alerting people to the presence of mosquitoes with an app that detects their distinctive buzz.

Oxford showcase AI research

Oxford showcase AI research

Computer science Engineering MPLS Oxford Sparks Research Spin out

The University of Oxford demonstrated its artificial intelligence (AI) research with a one-day expo on 27 March 2018...

Peptide-protein bio-ink technique has capacity to mimic naturally-occurring cells and tissues

Peptide-protein bio-ink technique has capacity to mimic naturally-occurring cells and tissues

Engineering Research

Research carried out by the Department of Engineering Science, Queen Mary University of London and Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), published recently in Advanced Functional Materials, aims to integrate the benefits of self-assembly with nanoscale precision - building structures by assembling molecules like Lego pieces - with novel bio-ink printing techniques.

Oxford to have key role in multi-million pound energy storage research

Oxford to have key role in multi-million pound energy storage research

Engineering Funding Materials science Maths Research

Oxford University is to be a key player in an extensive new activity supporting the development of next-generation batteries.

Smart sensor could revolutionise crime and terrorism prevention

Smart sensor could revolutionise crime and terrorism prevention

Engineering Materials science Research

Crime, terrorism prevention, environmental monitoring, reusable electronics, medical diagnostics and food safety, are just a few of the far-reaching areas where a new chemical sensor could revolutionise progress.

NIH awards to test ways to store, access, share, and compute on biomedical data in the cloud

NIH awards to test ways to store, access, share, and compute on biomedical data in the cloud

Computer science Engineering Funding

Professor Susanna-Assunta Sansone from the Oxford e-Research Centre in the Department of Engineering Science is co-Principal investigator in three of the twelve projects awarded prestigious USA National Institutes of Health (NIH) Data Commons funding.

Citizen science project to help victims of Hurricane Irma

Citizen science project to help victims of Hurricane Irma

Citizen science Engineering Physics

An unusual collaboration between engineers at Oxford, the Zooniverse citizen science platform and international disaster response organisation Rescue Global is enabling a rapid and effective response to Hurricane Irma.

Widely used engineering technique has unintended consequences

Widely used engineering technique has unintended consequences

Engineering Materials science Research

A technique that revolutionised scientists’ ability to manipulate and study materials at the nano-scale may have dramatic unintended consequences, new Oxford University research reveals.

Leading innovation award for Oxford robotics spin-out

Leading innovation award for Oxford robotics spin-out

Award Engineering Innovation and Enterprise

Spin-out prize reinforces Oxford’s growing position as an innovation powerhouse.

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