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All female team tackle plastic pollution at Athena Hack A group of Masters students from the School of Computing attended Athena Hack, an all-women hackathon, in London from 13-14 April 2019. The hackathon was organised by ShowCode as an initiative to champion female technologists and focus their skills to help solve one of the biggest environmental issues around. Prizes were awarded for the best performing university team and the best performing company team with a top prize of £5000 cash. The challenge wa...

17 April 2019

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David Chadwick reaches final of I'm a Scientist get me out of here! Professor David Chadwick had the opportunity to prove himself as one of the most popular scientists in the UK in I’m a Scientist, get me out of here! The Professor of Information Systems Security from the School of Computing reached the final three in his area of the competition after other scientists were voted out. I’m a Scientist is an online activity for school students to connect with scientists. ...

12 April 2019

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Pint of Science - Computer Science in your local Dr Jason Nurse will be taking his knowledge of online privacy to the pub as part of the national Pint of Science series of events. He will be one of three speakers in the tech-themed event in The Good Intent in John Street, Rochester on Monday 20 May. The theme for the evening is the pros and cons of modern technology. Jason’s talk specifically addresses concerns about online advertising.  Firms can launch targeted ad campaigns suited to what they...

10 April 2019

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