Edge Hill University is taking part in a cutting edge project by Europe’s biggest research and innovation programme promising breakthroughs and world firsts. The University’s Department of Computer Science is delivering a £400,000 work package, part of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 project, exploring the quality of open source computer software. Open source software includes […]
To celebrate International Women’s Day, the Department of Computer Science teamed up with community tech network, Liverpool Girl Geeks, for an exciting event to encourage female students to #BeBoldForChange.
Employers and students had the opportunity to meet and discuss employment opportunities in the digital technology industry at the annual Computing Careers Fair.
Gamers are set to converge on Edge Hill University when it plays host to the world’s largest game creation event.
Students at Edge Hill University are using real police crime data to create music.
A partnership set up to promote knowledge sharing between academia and industry has been graded at the highest rating of ‘Outstanding’ by Innovate UK.
Edge Hill’s Faculty of Education has recently hosted the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s Picademy, with over 30 Computing teachers and trainees from across the North West visiting the campus to learn more about creative ways of teaching.
Edge Hill students are set to return to Liverpool technology festival Makefest
Work on our two new campus developments is progressing well, creating new teaching space for the University’s Department of Computing in the brand new technology hub, and revamping the existing Geosciences building ready for the start of the academic year in September 2016.
Work will soon begin on two more developments on Edge Hill’s campus after local authority planners gave the schemes the green light.