computer science

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computer science

1. The development, configuration, and architecture of computer hardware and software.
2. The study of computer hardware and software.
See also: science
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Almeida revealed that he understood the scheme could be expanded to catch students on courses other than computing science.
Steve Riddle, lecturer and placements co-ordinator at the School of Computing Science at Newcastle University, said: The feedback we get from students who have been on placement with Waterstons is always very positive.
It is strange that more are not taking up computing science.
This is the second EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training awarded to the university's world-leading school of computing science in the last five months.
TWO computing science students are soon to join the ranks of Newcastle University graduates at thriving North East software consultancy and development company, Scott Logic.
He won the opportunity to undertake the placement after achieving the top average grade in his class, an impressive 94%, for the first year of his Computing Science degree.
In 1993, he joined the Computing Science Department at Glasgow University.
Medical and computing science students have been working together to design a bacterium that glows red if germs are present and green in the presence of harmless bacteria.
Students from Newcastle University's School of Computing Science have been displaying their design talents.
The book was out of print and people couldn't find copies," said Michael Elphick, chairman of Slaley Community Trust and a retired Newcastle University lecturer in computing science.
Lead researcher Dr Marcus Kaiser of Newcastle University's School of Computing Science and the University's Institute of Neuroscience, said: "You can draw parallels with a train journey from Newcastle to London.
There's also the chance to build a humanoid robot and talk to an "intelligent" fridge in a workshop with Dr Patrick Olivier, a senior lecturer in computing science at the Newcastle University.

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