Student Success for BDC New York!

University of Edinburgh students win the runner-up prize at the international Biodesign Challenge at the Museum of Modern Art  (MoMA) in New York
 
University of Edinburgh students Eva Auer, Sean Greaves and Joe Revans have won the runner-up prize in the International Biodesign Challenge (BDC) at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City.
 

Student in designboom

One of our graduating MFA students Yuxi Lui has been featured in Design Boom. Yuxi designed and developed a robot which writes poetry in the sand for her final dissertation piece for Design Informatics. 
 

BlockChain City Workshop

Lab of Labs at the Design and the City Conference in Amsterdam. 
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Design & The City conference

The Design & The City conference is looking for participants for its Lab of Labs programme on April 19-20 in Amsterdam. This event will take place during Design & The City in Amsterdam (19-22 April). The Centre for Design Informatics will be running the "Blockchain City" workshop led by Chris Speed, Larissa Pschetz and Dave Murray-Rust.
 

Reciprociti

We are delighted to be hosting Patrick Stevenson-Keating's work (first shown at the Design Museum, London) as part of the Edinburgh Art Festival 2015. 
 
Exhibition: Reciprociti
Venue: Royal Bank of Scotland, 142-144 Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4EQ
Times: Mon-Fri 9.30am – 5.30pm, Sat 9.30am – 3pm 30 July to 31 August 2015

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30/07/2015
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Superflux Lab film for ThingTank

Uninvited Guests is a short film that explores the frictions between an elderly man and his smart home.

Resident Entrepreneur to Change On-line Shopping

Cally Robertson, one of the Design Informatics Resident Entrepreneurs has just launched Mallzee.com which looks to revolutionise the world of online clothes shopping after raising an additional £150,000 of seed funding from angel investors and Scottish Enterprise.
 

9th April - Mapping Edinburgh's Internet of Things

In the spirit of IoT, this short event will aim to connect as many people and projects across Edinburgh that are IoT related.

http://iotevents.org/mapping-edinburghs-iot

Mapping Edinburgh's Internet of Things

In the spirit of IoT, this short event will aim to connect as many people and projects across Edinburgh that are IoT related.
http://iotevents.org/mapping-edinburghs-iot

Thursday 29th August - Art and Technology

Professor of Epistemics Jon Oberlander, Professor of Composition and Electroacoustic Composition Peter Nelson, and Chris Speed of the Edinburgh College of Art discuss historical, conceptual and philosophical relationships between the performing arts and technology. Chaired by theatre specialist Olga Taxidou.
 
http://www.eif.co.uk/art-and-technology

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29/08/2013
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