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Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Inaugural “This is Essential Work” exhibition launched
Picture by Aline Brune, one of the profiled artists from the exhibition. The “This is Essential Work” project is an online open-access intersectional feminist exhibition initiated by academic mothers and creators, Michal Nahman (UWE Bristol) (More)
Dr Kait Clark, lead of the Applied Cognition and Neuroscience theme of the Psychological Sciences Research Group (PSRG), has published a new open-access paper in the Journal of Vision: "Test-retest reliability for common tasks in vision science." Th (More)
Written by Sophie Laggan, Research Fellow Intergenerational learning We all need to work together to address the climate and ecological crisis and young people are crucial to this process. However, as many young people have a chronic lack of s (More)
During 2020 I was furloughed for a number of months, I was undertaking my masters in law alongside my employment following my LPC course. All of my academic studies and work experience relate to law. I have always been interested in psychology, s (More)
At UWE Bristol we are proud of our active and collaborative research community of bold and innovative thinkers that are breaking research boundaries.  Our four key research strengths are:    Creative industries and technolo (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Academic Spotlight: Dr Harriet Shortt
In this Academic Spotlight interview, we asked Dr Harriet Shortt, Associate Professor in Organisation Studies at UWE Bristol Business School, about her area of research. Tell us about your background and your research interests? I am intereste (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Fair Bus Fares for Young People Policy Briefing
Young people aged 16-24 use buses more than older age groups and have lower access to a car. Yet they face a postcode lottery in accessing free and discounted bus fares, a new policy briefing from UWE Bristol and Sustrans finds. Access to bus (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Illicit Drug Contamination of the Bristol Pound
Recent research conducted by undergraduate forensic students at UWE Bristol has revealed levels of drug contamination on the Bristol Pound (£B) notes.  A high percentage of circulating bank notes across the world are contaminated with illic (More)
The Prevention of Sexual Abuse Springboard (part of UWE Bristol’s Expanding Research Excellence scheme) currently pulls together existing areas of research strength at UWE Bristol, drawing on our work with victims and those who have committed sexu (More)
Adapted from this news release. Dr Angelina Sanderson Bellamy, Associate Professor of Food Systems at UWE Bristol, is co-leading a network of researchers that has been funded to explore effective ways to support the industry to reduce its greenh (More)