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BBC Science Editor David Shukman visited the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics at Informatics to explore the science behind the brave new world of Robotics.

BBC cover Edinburgh Centre for Robotics

BBC Science Editor David Shukman visited the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics at Informatics to explore the science behind the brave new world of Robotics.

BBC visit ECR

Informatics students win CodeVita competition

Two Informatics students have won this year's CodeVita coding competition. CodeVita is one of the largest coding competitions in the world, with over 49,000 teams competing, but it was two of our very own students who came out on top at the final held in Mumbai.

Codevita news item

Informatics students win Open Source Award

Jean-Luc Stevens and Philipp Rudiger won the UK Open Source Award in the Student category last night. Congratulations to them and their supervisor Jim Bednar!

Students win UK Open Source Awards

Alan Turing Institute

Scottish researchers are to be part of a UK national institute that aims to be a world leader in the understanding and application of large-scale digital data.

Alan Turing Institute

New Edinburgh Centre for Robotics

University experts have met to mark the launch of a new Centre aimed at developing the next generation of robots.

New Edinburgh Centre for Robotics

Foundations of Language-Based Provenance Security

Researchers at the School of Informatics are exploring ways in which ideas from programming languages can provide formal and general foundations to provide secure, end-to-end provenance support in computer systems.

Foundations of Language-Based Provenance Security

National Student Survey Results 2014

The National Student Survey (NSS) is a national survey, which has been conducted by Ipsos MORI annually since 2005.

National Student Survey Results 2014

Digital tool boosts skin cancer detection

Skin cancer diagnosis and detection has been boosted by the development of a new app.

Digital tool boosts skin cancer detection

Informatics Start-Up Secures Funding

Initially started up by the School of Informatics, FanDuel has just secured $70 million in funding.

Informatics Start-Up Secures Funding