Researchers in the Sheffield Centre for Robotics, jointly established by the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University, have been working to program a group of 40 robots, and say the ability to control robot swarms could prove hugely beneficial in a range of contexts, from military to medical.
What does UOS stand for?
UOS stands for University of Sheffield (Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK)
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- Union of Students (UK)
- Unit of Study (education)
- United Orthodox Synagogues (Houston, Texas)
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- Universal OPC Server
- University Of Osnabrueck (Osnabrueck, Germany)
- University of Salford (England)
- University of Sargodha (Pakistan)
- University of Seoul
- University of Sharjah
- University of Southampton (UK)
- University of Stavanger (Norway)
- University of Sunderland (UK)
- University Office of Sustainability (University of New Hampshire)
- University Operations Services (Harvard University, Cambridge, MA)
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- Urban Operating System
- User Operations Support
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The University of Sheffield tendered on behalf of the Academic Unit of Medical Education for an AV System for Clinical Skills and Simulation Exercise.
Mr Mellish will join policy makers, representatives from local authorities, green deal providers, academics from the University of Sheffield and a panel of the UK's biggest energy providers: E-On, N-Power, Scottish Power, British Gas, EDF and Scottish and Southern, to discuss how to maximise the benefits that the Green Deal could provide to the region.
As a sperm biologist of 20 years' experience, I am unconvinced from the data presented in this paper that the cells produced by Professor Nayernia's group from embryonic stem cells can be accurately called 'spermatozoa'," said Dr Allen Pacey, senior lecturer in andrology at the University of Sheffield.
Dr Robert Owen, director of accreditation and business school services at the Association, said: "The executive MBA is a result of a well-established, mutually-beneficial partnership with the University of Sheffield.
His first foray into the live music industry, however, was slightly less high-profile - booking Liverpool band the Farm for a gig at the University of Sheffield while studying for a business studies degree in the mid-80s.
Scientists from the University of Sheffield in England and their coworkers propose that the structure was part of a religious complex dedicated to the dead.
Francis Ratnieks of the University of Sheffield in England suggests that especially tough, thorough policing might avoid the wasted effort that goes into producing an illicit egg.