Build Your Own PC
Providing information about how to build your own computer including installing operating systems, cases and troubleshooting.
Computer Science for Fun
Features a wealth of information and resources designed to engage young people with computer science. Includes downloadable magic tricks book, design your own AI game feature and free magazines.
Computer Science Unplugged
Provides an extensive collection of free teaching resources which teach the fundamentals of computer science away from the computer and via puzzles, games, magic tricks and pictures. Sponsored by the University of Canterbury.
Computing Science Inside
Provides web based resources for teachers and science communicators to bring Computing Science alive in the classroom. Run by the University of Glasgow.
Home site of Kevin Warwick, Professor of Cybernetics at the University of Reading, where he carries out research in artificial intelligence, control, robotics and biomedical engineering.
Professor of spatial informatics and director of the School of Computing and Information Science, best known for his pioneering research into GIS.
Specialises in industrial robotics services and automated computer driven machinery for businesses. Includes programming, servicing, supply and repairs.
Aims to highlight the links between computer science and philosophy, for students of both disciplines.
Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA)
A collaboration of leading Scottish Universities working to consolidate and develop Scotland as an international research leader in informatics and computer science. Provides details of their programmes, Graduate Academy, events, and news.
UK Computing Research Committee
Aims to promote the quality of computing research in the UK. Features information on their reports, press releases and events plus details of their regular Grand Challenges series.