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Research, Business and Innovation wrote: UWE Bristol Research Impact Retreats
In January, the Research Impact team hosted a two day writing retreat for selected academics from UWE Bristol. The retreat was the last one in a series of away days that have taken place since last June for the different faculties at UWE Bristol (More)
Adapted from this UWE Bristol news article. Researchers from the Centre for Transport and Society and the Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) at UWE Bristol are currently partners on the Capri Project, the first UK project to trial driverless pods (More)
You can now watch the recording of the latest of our Future Impact Webinars on the topic of supporting women in male-dominated industries. In this webinar our main speaker is Stella Warren, Research Fellow at Bristol Leadership and Change Centre (More)
[Photo (L-R): David Huson (UWE), Richard Lamb (Innovate UK), Jed Leonard-Hammerman (UWE), Dr Russ Bromley (Knowledge Transfer Network] UWE Bristol are currently working on a twenty-seven month Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Craven Dunn (More)
1) What is your role at UWE Bristol and what projects have you been working on? I am a Research Fellow in the Bristol Leadership and Change Centre with a background in applied social research. For over 20 years I have been involved in a (More)
Written by Tom Smith and Marcus Keppel-Palmer. In October 2019, the House of Commons Justice Committee published the report of its inquiry into Court and Tribunal reforms (see the full report here). The inquiry was prompted by “[s]erious concer (More)
Adapted from news article which originally appeared on the UWE Bristol Website. Researchers at UWE Bristol are supporting the North Bristol NHS Trust to develop a device that can diagnose urinary tract infections (UTI) in a few minutes.  Th (More)
Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences Dr Alex Greenhough has been awarded a grant of almost £25,000 from Bowel Cancer UK to understand why some patients with rectal cancer don't respond well to certain treatments and look for new ways to improve (More)
We are delighted to announce that a UWE-based spin out company, Nidor Diagnostics Limited, has been established to develop a medical diagnostic device. The device, named Inform ™, can detect the volatile organic compounds in patient samples, i (More)
By Tony Ward If you read the higher education press, you will be aware of the concerns of many British academics and universities following the 2016 referendum and the vote in favour of leaving Europe. How the UK leaves the European Union could h (More)