SALFORD University will be hosting some of the star attractions at the 2015 Manchester Science Festival when it gets underway next week.
If you thought your phone bill was expensive, UK telecoms regulator Ofcom just announced an inflation-busting price hike that will triple the licence fees paid by UK mobile network operating companies. The likes of EE, O2, Vodafone and Three must pay the government to use the 900MHz and 1800MHz radio frequency spectrum bands, which from October next year will cost the industry £199.6m per year.
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A SOLUTION to Britain’s motorway delays nightmare is a long way off, according to Civil Engineering lecturer Saad Yousif.
Tickets for the School of Computing, Science and Engineering’s upcoming end of year celebration – the Newton Ball - are now on sale now and can be purchased from the Students’ Union events page.
A student has been awarded the BBC Technology Apprentice of the Year award and, thanks to taking part in an innovative apprenticeship partnership with the broadcaster, is promised a bright career in the broadcast industry.
The distinguished career of Professor Sunil Vadera was honoured at the British Indian Awards last week (16 May) at a ceremony in Birmingham.
The world’s first 4K world’s first user upgradable 4K digital film camera will receive its UK premiere at a University of Salford conference about the latest 4K Ultra HD TV technology.
For the second year running, Salford has been ranked in the top 101-150 bracket for its civil and structural engineering courses in the QS World University Rankings by Subject survey.
SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, which promotes an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light, has appointed Professor Allan Boardman to be the Chair of its Plasmonics: Metallic Nanostructures and Their Optical Properties XII conference in San Diego, California, USA between 17 and 21 August 2014.
A telecommunications expert is planning to set a world record as part of a series of Christmas lectures.
The public will be able to have a go at everything from Morse code and an Atari computer to special effects and the Raspberry Pi at a special technology event organised by the University of Salford for Manchester Science Festival
A University of Salford lecturer is stepping out of the classroom and onto the fields of a key UK music festival after being invited to give a special masterclass at this year’s Kendal Calling Festival.
There’s been plenty to celebrate for the School of Computing Science and Engineering this week at graduation, with a round of awards for outstanding teaching staff, departments and alumni who have made a real difference.
All of the staff of the School of Computing, Science & Engineering would like to offer our warmest congratulations to all of the class of 2013 who graduated yesterday.
Students reading for aerospace degrees at the University of Salford have been working with Airbus engineers to help with wing manufacturing issues for the company’s latest airliner, the A350 XWB (extra wide body).