SATNAV are always looking for novel ways to communicate science and collaborate with other societies. This term has been no different with new partnerships and even a merge with another group! Chair Anna tells us more.
It's been a great semester for oSTEM, getting back into the rhythm of in-person coffee socials and running a speaker event again for the first time in several years. oSTEM Chair Jackie tells u more.
With the return to normalcy, WISE have been nothing short of busy! They've held several socials, training workshops and been able to bring their award-winning outreach scheme back into schools. Alisha Dordi tells us more
After recruiting a new committee alongside new members at the start of the year, BEaMS are booming! They've held their first events and been involved in speaker series and focus groups. Omar Lamrani tells us more.
At GDS we have had an exciting term. Not only we have seen more attendees at our meetups, we have been able to encourage more people to uncover the secrets of developing a game with our tutorial program and competitions.
The last ten years has seen extraordinary advances in AI, and the UK is at the forefront of the field thanks to the exceptional fundamental research base in our universities.
The University of Birmingham has welcomed 38 new Turing Fellows, appointed by the Alan Turing Institute as part of its 2021/22 cohort.
Vulnerabilities in Apple Pay and Visa could enable hackers to bypass an iPhone's Apple Pay lock screen and perform contactless payments, according to research by the University of Birmingham and University of Surrey.
A new institute that will drive forward the use of big data and artificial intelligence in addressing major global challenges has been launched at the University of Birmingham.
Nazibur reflects on the the 93% Club's first year as part of the EPS Community, running professional events and supporting students from state schools. It's been a fantastic year with many employability-focused events.