£6.5m project aims to drive digital innovation in the South West

A project worth £6.5million is being launched across the South West to expand the use of digital technologies throughout the ...
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Passenger-carrying drones among us by 2030, says UWE Bristol expert

Drone technology is in its infancy but in the not-too-distant future we are likely to see unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) ...
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Launch Space at UWE Bristol attracts 23 graduates start-ups after just six months

Launch Space, a high-tech business incubator for graduates based at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), has ...
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Inside the Envirotron at UWE Bristol

Plants grown from seeds that orbited earth to go on show at national event

Tomato and rocket plants grown at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) from seeds that were taken ...
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UK’s complex tax code and complacency leads to more tax avoidance – UWE Professor

Nicholas Ryder, who is a Professor in Financial Crime at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) says ...
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Dunissa: how two psychology students’ food stall helped them prepare for the world of business

Dunya Elbouni and Melissa Sargeant share a love of cooking and baking. While studying for a degree in psychology at ...
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Commuting has Multiple Impacts on Employee Wellbeing

Blog originally posted on www.whatworkswellbeing.org.  A study of Commuting and Wellbeing undertaken by Dr Kiron Chatterjee and Dr Ben Clark of the ...
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How to prepare for flooding: a guide

This year has seen gargantuan hurricanes roaring across the Caribbean, with storms also making landfall in the UK, which can ...
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Enterprise network helps creatives develop ideas into sustainable businesses

Creative entrepreneurs and small companies in the West of England looking to develop their ideas into a sustainable business are ...
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Pro Bono work: a win-win for students, businesses and society

Bristol Business School and Bristol Law School at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) are involved in ...
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Linking iconic British writer Angela Carter to Bristol by way of an art exhibition

It comes as no surprise that Dr Marie Mulvey-Roberts’ shelves house an abundance of books, given that she is a ...
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Top UWE Bristol marketing graduate to explore new markets for award-winning engineering firm

A graduate from the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) who worked on the Bloodhound Supersonic Car project ...
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Do you have a hi-tech business idea? Launch Space offers free desk space for one year

Recent graduates from across the UK who have a bright idea for a high-tech business are invited to apply for ...
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Helping India to help itself with water management and reforestation

Dr Mark Everard is driven by a desire to shape the direction of development and influence world views about sustainability, ...
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Collaborating with creatives to make history more interactive

Professor Steve Poole wanted to redefine what it means to be a historian. Rather than only publish his work in ...
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Laying foundations for a solid client-agency relationship

In an increasingly competitive world in which marketing agencies are prolific, how best should they retain clients, and how can ...
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How I4G helped an education company open up the world of particles

The Innovation4Growth (I4G) funding offers grants to businesses in the West of England wishing to develop an innovative project. The ...
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UWE Bristol BDAS talks to receive 100th guest speaker

A series of lectures featuring top business executives will receive its 100th guest speaker when it restarts this autumn. The ...
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Public inquiries: a way to draw a line in the sand, or avoid accountability?

When gross negligence occurs in a hospital or a public organisation is suspected of acting inappropriately in a murder investigation, ...
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Accelerating the way to clean fuel with the help of I4G

An electrochemical materials company based in Cornwall has developed a catalyst to fill a gap in the market in the ...
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Alan Winfield – paving the way for ethical robots

Man before machine Professor Alan Winfield is a roboticist, a roboethicist, but above all he is a humanist. “I am ...
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A three-way partnership to develop artificial intelligence

A Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) between the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), a graduate, and a financial ...
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How funding through UWE Bristol helped a panel manufacturer turn ideas into reality

Thanks to an Innovation 4 Growth (I4G) government grant made available by way of UWE Bristol, Gilcrest Manufacturing was able ...
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The post-Brexit silver lining: how working with SMEs could provide a springboard to export

Originally posted in Business Leader Magazine Far from Brexit creating a sense of doom and gloom for SMEs wanting to export, ...
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Reducing bad breath: how 20 years of research have helped us better understand halitosis

A researcher at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) has devoted her work to a subject that ...
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UWE Bristol & TechSPARK: Hub of all things

UWE Bristol has partnered with TechSpark to showcase some of our most innovative technology projects and research. In our recent ...
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UWE Bristol’s biosciences research centre: an overview

The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol)’s Centre for Research in Biosciences (CRIB) is its largest research centre ...
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UWE Bristol & TechSPARK: Showcasing innovation

UWE Bristol has partnered with TechSpark to showcase some of our most innovative technology projects and research. In the latest ...
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How a grandfather inspired a fascination for the human mind

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we look at Anita Gulati’s research on mindfulness and its role in enabling creative, sustainable ...
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Making a difference to emergency care

Professor Jonathan Benger wears many hats and works long hours. He is a consultant in the Accident and Emergency (A&E) ...
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Enabling people with disabilities: using innovation to provide cycling mobility

In 2013 Bob Griffin was ushered through the gates of Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen. The entrepreneur who set ...
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KTP Success Story: West Technology Systems

The collaboration between West Technology and UWE Bristol is a fantastic example of the University’s involvement in the Knowledge Transfer ...
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Peer pressure beyond the classroom: how social media and online games affect self-image

Today social media, especially Facebook, plays a big part in many of our lives. As well as providing a platform ...
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UWE Bristol and forensic engineering firm could help police catch more criminals

A machine that has helped solve numerous cases by revealing fingerprints on evidence could help catch even more criminals thanks ...
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Telling the story of UWE Bristol’s research and links to innovative businesses

Welcome to the UWE Bristol Research, Business and Innovation (RBI) blog. Through these posts we will attempt to convey the ...
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