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University of Edinburgh researchers are helping to develop smart robots to quickly shift goods in warehouses or assembly lines.
Scientists have discovered how the wiring of bees’ brains helps them plot the most direct route back to their hive.
Research into the complexities of how insects navigate is enabling the design of robots that mimic their behaviour.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal has officially opened a world-leading centre of expertise in data science and artificial intelligence (AI).
Renowned mathematician and science presenter Dr Hannah Fry address attendees at Women in Data Science event in Edinburgh to encourage Scottish schoolgirls to engage with STEM.
Bringing together key stakeholders involved in the regional collaborations and activity that will drive forward the Data Driven Innovation agenda.
Unpublished work by Second World War codebreaker Alan Turing could aid development of better tests for early diagnosis of cancer and emerging diseases.
Creation of the UK’s first National Robotarium reaches a significant milestone after business case approved by Edinburgh and South East of Scotland City Region Deal Joint Committee.
University of Edinburgh scientists are to collaborate with three major Japanese research institutes on artificial intelligence and robotics.
The 2019 Converge programme is now open for applications and the Converge search is on for new academic entrepreneurs.
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