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Kait Clark wrote: A PhD FAQ
By Miles Thompson and Alex Saunders* Embarking on a PhD can be one of the most rewarding, frustrating, liberating, challenging and exciting adventures of your professional life. However, it isn't for everyone and should not be undertaken lightly. (More)
For the past three years researchers from the Centre for Transport and Society, University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), have been involved in the Capri project, looking into the impact of autonomous vehicles. Dr Ian Shergold has given a sum (More)
In September Peter Case, Professor of Organization Studies at UWE Bristol delivered a webinar for staff and doctoral students at the College of Business, Law & Governance - James Cook University in Australia. Here is a summary of his presentatio (More)
By Dr Jane Carter, Senior Lecturer in Primary Education Learning to read is perhaps the most important thing we will learn to do in our primary education. There is a huge amount of evidence that identifies that being able to read impacts on our f (More)
A new research article that analyses 'alta' an online mentoring platform for women in aviation has been published by Susan Durbin, Professor in Human Resource Management at UWE Bristol, Stella Warren, Research Associate in the Bristol Leadership and (More)
An innovation developed through the EU funded “Living Architecture” Project, has been selected by the EU as something to be showcased on their Innovation Radar website. The project is between UWE Bristol; University of Newcastle Upon Tyne; the S (More)
Future Space resident Mass Spec Analytical, announced today that it has received additional funding from Innovate UK to pursue its Plasma Ion Source Development work. Mass Spec Analytical (MSA) received the award through the Analysis for Innovat (More)
By Amy Beardmore, Research Associate in Public Health and Community Development As the UK went into lockdown on 23 March in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, communities across the country sprang into action and initiated a rapid process of self (More)
How does a new university building change the behaviours of the people who work and study there? Today marks the launch of the report ‘A toolkit for living in a new building: A visual post-occupancy evaluation of Bristol Business School’, the cu (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Home-working during COVID-19
Harriet Shortt Harriet Shortt is Associate Professor of Organisation Studies at The University of the West of England, Bristol. Harriet’s research focuses on organisational space, artefacts, the materiality of work, and visual methodologie (More)
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