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Read more at: January event to showcase education research

January event to showcase education research

4 January 2022

An Education Research Showcase later this month will highlight education projects we're undertaking, such as building chatbots that can help second-language learners, and exploring ways to make the teaching of computing more culturally responsive.

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Read more at: Student cyclist's frustration over wind noise inspires award-winning research

Student cyclist's frustration over wind noise inspires award-winning research

14 December 2021

A student's frustration at not being able to listen to music or answer phone calls while cycling led him to research ways of removing wind noise from microphones. His work has just won him an award.

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Read more at: The climate crisis: 'change is possible'

The climate crisis: 'change is possible'

7 December 2021

"Though watered down, the [COP26] text is abundantly clear that the days of fossil fuel are over and the days of new clean, green solutions are upon us," says Emily Shuckburgh, our Professor of Environmental Data Science.

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Read more at: Support for student using machine learning to understand forest ecosystems

Support for student using machine learning to understand forest ecosystems

24 November 2021

An award to a PhD student will help her work with local communities as she uses machine learning techniques to monitor the health, biodiversity and deforestation of Ghanaian forests.

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Read more at: DeepMind Scholarships for AI-related learning

DeepMind Scholarships for AI-related learning

23 November 2021

DeepMind Cambridge Scholarships are available for postgraduate courses in computer science, AI and machine learning. They are for talented students from under-represented groups starting in the 2022 academic year.

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Read more at: New Centre links computer and conservation scientists to support reforestation efforts

New Centre links computer and conservation scientists to support reforestation efforts

9 November 2021

A new Centre here will bring together computer scientists and conservation scientists to build a trusted marketplace for carbon credits and support global reforestation efforts.

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Read more at: AI for science: frontiers, opportunities and challenges

AI for science: frontiers, opportunities and challenges

2 November 2021

How can we harness the potential of AI to accelerate scientific discovery? The frontiers, opportunities and challenges of doing so will be discussed at a symposium on 19th November.

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Read more at: Accelerate Programme funds PhD studentships in Computer Science

Accelerate Programme funds PhD studentships in Computer Science

25 October 2021

A programme here promoting the use of machine learning to tackle major scientific challenges is offering funding for PhD students starting next autumn.

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Read more at: The Internet of Stings

The Internet of Stings

21 October 2021

Researchers are launching an investigation into the ways personal data is collected from our smart devices to find out if these flows of information comply with data protection law.

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Read more at: The computer scientist who helped design the world’s fastest supercomputer

The computer scientist who helped design the world’s fastest supercomputer

20 October 2021

Dr Bo Eyole studied for his PhD in this Department and is now a Principal Research Engineer at Arm. He tells us about his journey from Cameroon to a high-tech career here in Cambridge.

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