The Unconventional Computing Laboratory was founded by Prof Andy Adamatzky in 2001 as a response to an urgent need to develop computers for next century. We employ complex dynamics in physical, chemical and biological media to design novel computational techniques, architectures and working prototypes of non-linear media based computers. The research is based on an interdisciplinary cooperation in modelling and experimental verification of novel principles of information processing and analysis in uniform distributed large-scale chemical and physical systems. We apply these novel principles to the design of working prototypes of massively parallel computing devices with intrinsic functions that exploit the complex dynamics of non-linear systems.