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ARCHER2: the UK’s next national supercomputing service

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ARCHER2 is a world-class advanced computing resource for UK science and industry.

Cirrus at EPCC: On-demand computing & data solutions

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Cirrus is a Tier-2 state-of-the-art advanced computing facility available to industry and academia.

Rovco: Underwater Survey Robot Set For Inaugural Demonstration

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A state-of-the-art underwater survey robot is set to be demonstrated for the first time

Could you answer a Creative Informatics Challenge Project?

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Creative Informatics are looking for individuals and SMEs working in Edinburgh and South East Scotland that have the skills to provide data-driven solutions to Challenge Projects set by six leading creative and cultural organisations.

TALOS – The Humanoid Robot

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A new humanoid robot, TALOS, is the latest robotics lab occupant in the University of Edinburgh's Bayes Centre.

Hosted by the University of Edinburgh’s Bayes Centre - EIE20 Goes Digital

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EIE20, the technology investor showcase, is going digital on the 14th October, and will welcome fifty new and exciting data-driven start-ups and scale-ups to pitch for investment online.

Rovco Wins Floating Wind Survey Contract

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Rovco wins floating wind survey contract for Blue Gem Wind’s Celtic Sea Erebus project. Blue Gem Wind, the joint venture between Total, one of the world’s largest energy companies, and Simply Blue Energy, a pioneering Celtic Sea blue economy project developer has awarded a million-pound contract to UK supplier, Rovco.

Neurolabs secures pre-seed funding round of €1M

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Neurolabs, a computer vision startup pioneering the use of synthetic data, is pleased to announce the successful completion of a pre-seed funding round of €1M, co-led by Lunar Ventures and Techstart Ventures, with participation from 7percent Ventures, ID4 Ventures and others. With the closing of the round, Neurolabs is looking to expand its team in Edinburgh by hiring machine learning engineers.

Rovco Charters Glomar Wave for Summer/Autumn Offshore Wind ROV Campaigns

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Rovco has taken the 66.44m DP2 vessel, Glomar Wave, on charter from vessel owners Glomar Offshore. The vessel will provide the ideal platform to support a campaign of secured ROV projects to be undertaken by Rovco. This includes operational Offshore Wind Farms in both UK and German waters during the coming months.

The University of Edinburgh and PST Inc.

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The University of Edinburgh and PST Inc. announce their commitment to research a novel methodology for monitoring cognitive health through a UK-Japan industrial engagement, supported by the UK’s Medical Research Council and the Bayes Centre, the University of Edinburgh.

The Software Sustainability Institute turns 10

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The Software Sustainability Institute is celebrating 10 years of promoting better software in research.

Creative Informatics Innovation Showcase 2020

Celebrating innovation across the creative industries in Edinburgh and beyond.

Building a New Wiki Smart City Sustainability Digital Platform for Cities and Citizens; Led by Global Thought Leaders and Top Universities’

Led by Ztudium Group, citiesabc brings together industry, public sector and academia in a digital wiki smart cities platform to empower global cities, universities and citizens through utilisation of emerging and disruptive technologies.

DDI Covid-19 Response and Recovery Small Grant Funding

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In April 2020, as one part of DDI's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Data-Driven Innovation Programme allocated up to £200,000+ in small grants to enable staff and students at them to apply data-driven-innovation ideas in support of communities, services and businesses in the Edinburgh and South-East Scotland Region.

Industry Innovation and Entrepreneurship PhD Event

Bringing industry, talented students and academics together to collaborate on opportunities for value through data technologies is core to our mission and community at Bayes and was the reason behind the Industry Innovation and Entrepreneurship Networking Event.

Edinburgh Innovations: Now is the time to innovate

Edinburgh Innovations, the University’s commercialisation service, has streamlined procedures and launched new initiatives to help researchers and commercial organisations collaborate to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic and build resilience in the private and public sectors.

Podcasts shine light on Edinburgh’s space data strengths

The potential of Edinburgh to become the space data capital of Europe is the focus of a new podcast series delivered by Dr Murray Collins and the Space and Satellites Innovation Team.

Legal Utopia To Join Silicon Valley Accelerator - Borderless Series - By Founders Embassy

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Legal Utopia, one of the start-ups part of the third cohort on the Bayes Accelerator Programme have been confirmed as one of the international start-ups to join the Borderless Series intensive accelerator delivered by Founders Embassy in Silicon Valley, USA.

University Space Team Sign Launch Partnership

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A student-led satellite group from the University of Edinburgh has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Responsive Access, a launch brokerage firm that participates in the European Space Agency Business Incubation programme, with a view to procuring a launch opportunity.

CSE Schools and Dukosi Collaboration

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‘Identification and machine learning prediction of knee-point and knee-onset in capacity degradation curves of lithium-ion cells’

 

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