Antibiotic Resistance Webinar – LIVE with Scientists and ANTRUK

Bacterial antibiotic resistance is on the rise globally, threatening modern medicine as we know it. Nearly every medical procedure, from cancer treatment and organ transplantation to hip or joint replacement, is dependent on effective antibiotics. This British Science Week, join LIVE with Scientists in collaboration with Antibiotic Research UK (ANTRUK)...

LIVE Talk | Robots Learning in Simulation | 18:30 (UK time), 16 February 2021.

LIVE streaming at YouTube 18:30 (UK time), 16 February 2021. Summary: ‘The development of autonomous robots would be a significant accomplishment for society. Autonomous robots require the ability to learn from interaction: to try new actions, observe success and failure, and tie effects back to causes. In this talk I...

LIVE Q&A | Where Next With Wearables | 18:30 (UK time), 8 February 2021.

LIVE streaming at YouTube 18:30 (UK time), 8 February 2021. Summary: ‘My research investigates all aspects of how electronics interface with biology, particularly for wearable devices and personal health monitoring. This involves hardware – making electronics which can flex and stretch so that they better connect to the body. It...


COVID-19 Blog Series: Part 1

Fighting back: The immune system’s battle against COVID-19  SARS-CoV-2 is the virus which causes COVID-19, a disease which I’m sure you’ll all be familiar with by now. It has tragically caused the deaths of over a million people worldwide – but not everyone who catches it gets severely ill. What is going on...

Google AI Experiments – An Online Hands-On Activity

AI (Artificial Intelligence) Experiments with Google are similar to mini games that showcase how AI can easily memorize patterns that it is coded to memorize and recognize these patterns very quickly. This is known as machine learning. For example, you can draw something and have the AI guess it for...

LIVE with Scientists Anniversary Month: Get Involved!

1) Emoji competition:  It can be a challenge to distil our projects right down but can be so helpful when communicating our science! What better way of doing this than simplifying right down into emoji form? If you want to take part all you need to do is:  Summarise your...



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