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Monday 12 July 2021
A director has been appointed to lead a major new £45m research centre at the University of York which aims to place York at the forefront of research into the safe operation of robotics and autonomous systems.
Thursday 10 June 2021
Researchers in the Departments of Physics and Electronic Engineering have received almost £1m to develop a device to enable patients to self-assess their immune systems at home.
Tuesday 11 May 2021
‘Quantum entanglement’ is a phenomena which leads to a special connection between particles, even after they separate over large distances. Einstein famously referred to this connection as “spooky”. Quantum entanglement is the basis of quantum computers and exploiting entanglement in the optical regime is enabling significant advances for imaging and communications.
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