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Computer Science Expands Your Potential Why you should want to do a computer science degree
You think you know computer science
Everyone knows the Hollywood stereotype
The stereotype shows part of the picture Let’s see what the stereotype leaves out
The stereotype leaves exciting parts out of the picture France and Mexico for holidays this year
There’s more to computer science than you thought Wake up to iPod Food logistics Sky+ recording Card readers and shopping
Computer science makes the impossible possible Your phone does more and weighs less than the computer to guide the Apollo landings
From buildings to ships all designers need tools to design At Aberdeen we’re developing tools to ensure that designs automatically consider legal and safety constraints
Find the sequence or location From DNA analysis to UMA systems they need finding tools
From archeology to astronomy they want tools to see the signals
Computer science is not only in your face
It provides the special effects in movies and games
It helps you connect with others Text/SMS Instant Messaging Blogs Social Networks
It takes you places and guides your journey
Computer science satisfies all needs Computers enable all levels to be fulfilled
Computer science helps you be logical Life, the universe, everything
Computer science lets you be
Computer science lets you be active, not passive Write applications that make a difference
Computer science isn’t what you thought it was The Hollywood image is lacking
You can’t escape computing science Computers affect all of us everyday
Computer science provides complementary skills to other subjects Logic, creativeness and action help in other disciplines too
Computer science provides the algorithms to modern life
Computer science drives the other sciences forward
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