Date: 10 November 2016
Location: Queen Mother Building, Balfour St., University of Dundee
Host: University of Dundee
Keeping up with the rapid developments in digital technology can be daunting. Researchers based in the University of Dundee's Queen Mother Building are involved in exploring ways in which technology can be designed to deliver social and healthcare benefits for older and disabled people. Alongside a repeated short lecture, interactive research stations will offer hands-on opportunities for visitors to engage with projects ranging from helping older people to use computers; to supporting people with aphasia to use tablet computers; to using computers to diagnose diseases ... and much more. All are welcome - suitable for all ages.
Proud to be part of Dundee Science Festival 2016.
You are invited to book your free ticket via EventBrite.