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Prizes awarded to outstanding Master's students Two Master’s students from the School of Computing have been awarded prizes for outstanding achievements on their degrees. Philip Adey, MSc Advanced Computer Science, won the prize for Outstanding Performance on the Programme with an overall mark of 87.7%. Lewis Mckeown, MSc Computer Science with an Industrial Placement, won the prize for Outstanding Performance in the Project, with a score of 95%. Lewis’ project entitled 'Software for a Nar...

24 November 2017

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Computer Science student wins Gold at WorldSkills UK Neelan Thuraisingham, a second year student at the School of Computing has won a gold medal at the WorldSkills UK competition. Neelan, who studies Computer Science (Networks) with a Year in Industry, was selected for the Network Infrastructure Technician national final after winning a national qualifier in Surrey. Neelan said; ‘When they were announcing the prizes I was hoping for bronze and then silver and then when those prizes went to other peo...

21 November 2017

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Explainer: how the latest earphones translate languages Shutterstock Ian McLoughlin, University of Kent In the Hitchhiker's Guide to The Galaxy, Douglas Adams's seminal 1978 BBC broadcast (then book, feature film and now cultural icon), one of the many technology predictions was the Babel Fish. This tiny yellow life-form, inserted into the human ear and fed by brain energy, was able to translate to and from any language. Web giant Google have now seemingly developed their own version of the Babel Fish, ...

15 November 2017

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