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UWE Bristol has partnered with TechSpark to showcase some of our most innovative technology projects and research. In the latest guest blog, we look at Dr Tom Mitchell’s electronic gloves that can be programmed for performing musicians to trigge (More)
The Bristol Music Advice Service (BMAS) has recently helped two young entrepreneurs set up a new recording studio in the heart of Bristol. BMAS is run by Law students at UWE Bristol as part of the Pro Bono services offered by the University to local (More)
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we look at Anita Gulati’s research on mindfulness and its role in enabling creative, sustainable leadership and re-enforcing resilience. Gulati works at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) a (More)
Professor Jonathan Benger wears many hats and works long hours. He is a consultant in the Accident and Emergency (A&E) department of a Bristol hospital, overseeing junior doctors and attending to patients. He also works for the South Western Ambu (More)
The collaboration between West Technology and UWE Bristol is a fantastic example of the University’s involvement in the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme. Since West Technology recruited a graduate through the programme, sales of its f (More)
Jeremiah Daliel became an internet sensation when he stood for the first time in five years at his UWE Bristol graduation ceremony in July to receive his Law degree. Join the Bristol Law School and the Bristol Business School help him celebrate th (More)
A ‘soft launch’ of the new research centres and groups was held on 25th January 2017 at the Executive Conference Centre.  The groundbreaking research undertaken at UWE Bristol aims to make its mark on business, industry and the wider community. (More)
Today social media, especially Facebook, plays a big part in many of our lives. As well as providing a platform for online interaction with others, reading news and seeing an odd video about kittens, it is also shown to affect how we view ourselves (More)
Professor Ed Cape and Dr Tom Smith have had a chapter published in the book: Flynn & Hodgson, ‘Access to Justice and Legal Aid: Comparative Perspectives on Unmet Need’ (Hart, 2017). The book considers how access to justice is affected by res (More)
In November, the Bristol Law School hosted three professional career events for students, consisting of two Masterclass events and the Law School's own Law Fair. The two Masterclass events were arranged by students from the Law Society and were desig (More)