Researchers showcased in leading European projects to drive more interest in technology

August 24, 2011 by
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Future and Emerging Technologies House

Future and Emerging Technologies House

Three SW research labs are part of a new website that brings together some of the most advanced information and communication technology (ICT) projects in Europe.

The Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) programme of the European Commission has launched FET-House to help young people to understand what their options are as regards the career in science and technology, and bring across some of the excitement of people who have a passion for science.

The projects include the Bristol Robotics Lab, the International Centre of Unconventional Computing at UWE and the Science and Engineering of Natural Systems Group and Nano Research Group at the University of Southampton.

The website showcases topics such as zero-power computation and communication, robotics, quantum technology, understanding the brain, or data privacy. The themes will be linked to demos, videos and write-ups of a selection of related projects, as well as to people working in the field who are able to excite others about their work.

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