A Message from Science Oxford

A MESSAGE FROM SCIENCE OXFORD This is a reprint of an email distributed by Science Oxford to its subscribers we thought may be of interest to other BCS Oxfordshire members. Dear Newsletter Subscriber Science Oxford (in the form of our parent charity, The Oxford Trust) has been at the heart of science and enterprise in… Read more »

openMIC #9 The Mobile Innovation Camp

openMIC’s next un-conference event for discussion, debate and the development of new mobile applications & mobile web services is on Thursday 2nd December in Oxford. Register Here 9th in a series of un-conference for discussion, debate and development new mobile applications and mobile web services. A DCKTN event. openMIC’s un-conference event for discussion, debate and… Read more »

BCS Prize for Best Dissertation Awarded to Squadron Leader Jayne Lindley

Squadron Leader Jayne Lindley was awarded the BCS Prize for Best Dissertation after recently graduating with an MSc in Information Management and Technology from Cranfield University, Faculty of Defence & Security at the Defence Academy, Shrivenham. Jayne, a Royal Air Force logistics officer stationed at Headquarters Air Command in Buckinghamshire, was delighted to receive the… Read more »

4ICT Presentation on Continuous Professional Development

£20 +VAT (£10 +VAT for Science Oxford Networks Friends) *Free to students* e-skills Professional Programme Helen Porter, Employment Engagement Manager at e-skills UK, the Sector Skills Council for Business and Technology, will talk about the e-skills Professional Programme. This offers a ready made Continuous Professional Development package for IT professionals, delivered by the Open University… Read more »