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How do you teach a robot social cues?

Robots already perform many traditionally human tasks, from vacuuming to surgery—and they could soon help care for the sick...

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Can data find me a date?

Looking for ‘The One’, or maybe just a date for Valentine’s Day? The dating scene has changed significantly over the past...

How do you teach a robot social cues?

Robots already perform many traditionally human tasks, from vacuuming to surgery—and they could soon help care for the sick...

Where have all the cicadas gone?

The New Forest cicada is the only cicada native to the UK. During May to July it sings with a very characteristic high-...

What are Quantum Rainbows

After a long day on the road, you enter a tavern. You haven't seen it for quite some time and your weary feet are looking...

‘What are Quantum Rainbows?’ you ask? Watch our animation and follow a tale of an intrepid explorer below, as we try to...

How open should open data be?

Do you remember life before Citymapper? Thanks to Transport for London opening its data, a new wave of innovative transport...

Will supersonic transport ever make a comeback?

It’s 1985 and Phil Collins, drummer and singer had a problem. He wants to play Live Aid at Wembley, London and then a few...

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Here's a few resources from the University you can take a look at

Find out about the Behaviour Composer, a web-based tool to build, share and discuss computer models

Follow a guided, interactive introduction to some of the most important ideas in computer programming

Download The Turtle System - Computer Science in the National Curriculum

Read InSpired Research, Oxford University's Magazine of Computer Science research projects

Watch or listen to a talk on why scientists are trying to teach robots to play football

Mathematics and Science lectures from the Department of Continuing Education