Displaying items by tag: Cambridge University

Melbourne firm Genix Ventures is utilising NEC’s NeoFace facial recognition solution to counter what it says is an increasing incidence of examination fraud, or people sitting exams for others.

Published in Deals

The University of Adelaide has appointed one of its own former graduates and academics and global engineering leader, Professor Anton Middelberg, as its new executive dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences.

Published in People Moves

There must be money in vacuum cleaners, blade air dryers and bladeless fans. The James Dyson Foundation has made a £8m donation – the largest gift ever received by Cambridge’s Department of Engineering.

Published in Profiler
Friday, 01 March 2013 16:30

One billllliooooon iTunes U downloads

We most often hear about how many music tracks have been downloaded from the iTunes Store, but Apple has reached a milestone of a different kind: one billion pieces of educational content have been downloaded from iTunes U.

Published in Market
Friday, 24 February 2012 00:13

The truth about self-chosen PIN numbers


Research from Cambridge University highlights the danger of self-chosen PIN numbers - on average one in eleven wallets will contain a date-of-birth that matches the PIN for a banking card.


Published in Security
Wednesday, 17 August 2011 16:53

Turnbull turns to AppSense

Virtualisation vendor AppSense has appointed Keith Turnbull as its vice president of global development.

Published in People Moves
Wednesday, 17 February 2010 15:33

Mr Smith goes to Planit

Planit Software Testing has appointed Edgar Smith as its director of technical testing services.
Published in People Moves




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