Media Innovation Studio partners Data Mill and Hebe Media made the 2014 list, which celebrates and supports exciting new projects making a real difference in communities.
The Media Innovation Studio’s very own Clare Cook was recently talking innovation ecosystem’s at Nantes’ Web2Day conference.
Media Innovation Studio delighted to announce its role on international research alliance’s steering group.
FIFTY coders, journalists, design thinkers, media production and entrepreneurs pooled talents this weekend for a 48 hour hack. The aim was to build a media startup …
Hundreds of journalists have descended on Perugia for the International Journalism Festival 2014, including the Media Innovation Studio’s Clare Cook.
aerosee and drone journalism features as part of the Business Growth Hub’s inaugural ‘Future of Digital Conference 2014′.
The first ever UK Media Lab Playground will take place at the Media Innovation Studio. It will be an amazing opportunity to meet people, develop ideas and learn about getting a media startup off the ground in a practical way. The action kicks off on Friday evening May 16 and runs to Sunday afternoon May 18, building a media product in 48 hours.
The crowdsourcing UAV search and rescue project – aeroSee: Drones for Good – has been named by the Design Museum as one of the top designs of 2014.
This week saw Clare Cook and John Mills demo UCLan’s Media Innovation Studio and School of Computing, Engineering and Physical Sciences’ AeroSee project at the Digital Economy All Hands Conference 2013.
Interactive Newsprint team have been busy translating their original ideas for interactive newspapers to magazines. They’ve been experimenting with a few new concepts that enable users …
Researcher John Mills recently made a quick trip over to South America to present the research project at the 3rd annual Ubitec conference in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
Researchers from the Media Innovation Studio took to the skies this week as part of the Harris Flights project in the heart of Preston.
Drone search and rescue research project discovers ‘missing hiker’ in 69 seconds
The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is launching a drone – AeroSee – that could save lives in the Lake District mountains. And members of the public are invited to join the live search and rescue trial operation from their desktop computers, tablet devices and mobiles.
Earlier this week, the Media Innovation Studio’s George Ogola and Paul Egglestone handed over a number of laptops to The African Woman and Child Features Service (AWC), a Nairobi-based non-governmental organisation
The Media Innovation Studio was transformed into a careers networking event this week as UCLan’s School of Journalism and Digital Communication held its My Career, Your Career day.
Interactive Newsprint joined the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) network in Lisbon where the focus of activities was firmly on exploring new ways of combining print and digital.
The Media Innovation Studio was invited to UCLan’s annual University Court event this week to present the Interactive Newsprint project.