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Prestigious fellowship into "Future Colour Imaging"

Prof Graham Finlayson, who leads the world renowned Colour and Imaging Laboratory in the School of Computing Sciences, has been awarded a prestigious five year Established Career fellowship from the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council to push the boundaries of colour imaging research. Colour Imaging is part of everyday life, whether that’s TV, content on tablets or phones, or software programmes at work. The content people see on screens is the result of decades of...

Novel Machine Learning Methods for Cancer Research 

Date and Time: Wed 23 Jan 2019 at 13:00 Venue: SCI 3.05 Speaker: Dr. Colin Campbell,  University of Bristol   Title: Novel Machine Learning Methods for Cancer Research  Abstract The talk will have two parts, both illustrating the potential promise of using innovative machine learning methods in application to the large and diverse omics datasets now being derived within cancer research. In the first part we consider novel methods, based on machine...

BT Research on The Future of AI

School Seminar Series: Prof. Andrew Bangham Seminar and PGR Day Date and Time: 28th Nov., 2019, 13:00-14:00 Speaker: Dr. Fabrice Saffre Institution: BT Title:  BT Research on The Future of AI   PGR Day 2018

Publication Success: Beta-binomial model for meta-analysis of odds ratios

Publication success: The article by Ilyas Bakbergenuly and Elena Kulinskaya entitled   Beta-binomial model for meta-analysis of odds ratios , published in  Statistics in Medicine  in 2017,  was one of the journal’s top 20 most downloaded recent papers

Girls with top science GCSEs 'deterred from study at higher level'

Below is an interesting report  about why girls don't take STEM subjects at higher levels.(Spoiler: too many boys, lack of confidence) Visit: Girls top science gcse deterred study higher level ifs report