Dr John Murray

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From 3D-printed blacksmith artefacts to proton therapy

LiGHTS Nights is coming to Lincoln and the School of Computer Science is putting on a variety of workshops and lectures you don’t want to miss. Produce real blacksmith artefacts with the latest 3D-printer technology, find out how Lincoln research is improving proton therapy for cancer sufferers, and get up...

How perfect is too perfect?

Research reveals robot flaws are key to interacting with humans. Humans are less likely to form successful working relationships with interactive robots if they are programmed to be too perfect. Interactive or ‘companion’ robots are increasingly used to support caregivers for elderly people and for children with autism, Asperger...

Video: The Gadget Show’s Jason Bradbury

Technology expert and The Gadget Show presenter Jason Bradbury revealed the technological advances which most inspire him when he delivered his inaugural lecture at the University of Lincoln, UK. Here’s what Jason has to say about becoming one of our newest Visiting Lecturers.  

Robots attend Europe’s largest tech conference

3D-printed robots from the University of Lincoln, UK, have taken their first overseas trip to attend Europe’s largest annual technology event in Dublin. Web Summit, which runs from 4th to 6th November 2014, has been called ‘the best technology conference on the planet’. MARC (Multi-Actuated Robotic Companion) and TAMMIE...