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Meet the Winners of Iridis Student Project contest 2013
Iridis Student Project Contest 2013 - a chance to present your work and win an iPod touch or iPod nano!
A team of mathematicians and stem cell biologists from the University of Southampton is part of an international group whose research work will feature in the latest issue of the prestigious Nature Cell Biology.
Robin Wilson has been awarded a Software Sustainability Institute fellowship against stiff competition from across the UK. The fellowship will fund him to run workshops and travel to conferences to promote both his own work and the importance of sustainable software in science.
Computational Engineers at the University of Southampton have built a supercomputer from 64 Raspberry Pi computers and Lego.
CT scanning delivers a set of measurements of historic recorder instrument with unprecedented detail.
Archaeologists and engineers from the University of Southampton are collaborating with the British Museum to examine buried Roman coins using the latest X-ray imaging technology.
The University of Southampton has been awarded over £2.2 million of funding to help promote the use of high-performance computing for academic and industrial research.
The Committee of the Institute of Physics Computational Group offers an annual thesis prize for the author of the PhD thesis that, in the opinion of the Committee, contributes most strongly to the advancement of Computational Physics. A prize of £250 will be awarded to the winner.
A University of Southampton led project, exploring how people of antiquity viewed the geography of the ancient world, has been backed by $50,000 of funding from Google.