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An UltraSoC-led consortium including Coventry University, Copper Horse & University of Southampton has secured £2M funding from Innovate UK to develop cybersecurity solutions for connected & autonomous vehicles.
A group of inspirational engineers & entrepreneurs have identified role models as critical to women’s success in their round table discussion for International Women in Engineering Day, hosted by the University of Southampton's startup accelerator, Future Worlds & the IET.
Researchers at the University of Southampton are set to investigate using 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, techniques in the fabrication of optical fibre.
A summer internship has resulted in a new way of harvesting power.
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network (NanoKTN) has announced the ongoing success of a collaboration between one its members, Oxford Instruments, and the University of Southampton.
Testing new drugs can be improved with a new microsystem.
Scientists at the University of Southampton and two other UK universities are pioneering research that will develop the next generation of new electronic technologies to support the communication and healthcare sectors.
Researchers from the University of Southampton will soon be demonstrating the success of an industrial collaboration which is creating cutting-edge nanotechnology needed for smaller, low power devices.
You’d be wrong if you thought it was a jobbing actor because the answer is in fact, slime.
3D video without the goggles could be all around us thanks to new research.
A new service enables Internet users to use a scan of their fingerprint as a password.
ECS researchers have been awarded a contract to design telecommunications networks.
A student who graduated with First Class Honours this summer has been short-listed for the title of Best Electronic Engineering Student in Europe.
The School of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) at the University of Southampton has signed a research-based collaboration agreement with Oxford Instruments.
Their mission, set by Detica, was to design and build a mixed signal oscilloscope in 11 days. But were they able to pitch voltage against time, in such a short time?
Researchers are forecasting a ‘paradigm shift in information and communication technology’ thanks to a silicon-based nanoscale system.
A symposium that will reveal new methods for making low-power, lighter, smarter and more economical computers and mobile phones will take place at the University of Southampton soon.
A team of academics and students at the University of Southampton have begun work on a solar-electric-powered boat.