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By Eva Fragkiadaki My name is Eva Fragkiadaki, and I have recently joined the UWE Department of Health and Social Sciences as a Senior Lecturer in Counselling Psychology. I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology from University of Cret (More)
A project co-led by the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), Bristol Zoo and West African Primate Conservation Action is set to help protect nine species of primate found across Africa. A five-year plan that will be sent to the Internati (More)
A revolutionary new type of intelligent building made with green construction materials and capable of adaptively reacting to changes in light, temperature and air pollutants is being developed by UWE Bristol academics in collaboration with partners (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: UWE Bristol shortlisted for three Times Higher Awards 2019
The University has been shortlisted in recognition of our outstanding achievements over the last 12 months in three categories: Outstanding Entrepreneurial University award; Business School of the Year; and Outstanding Strategic Planning Team of the (More)
Technology developed at UWE Bristol that converts urine into electricity is set to be showcased at Glastonbury Festival for a fourth year. An installation of a large 40-person urinal will return to a prominent location near the Pyramid Stage to r (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: £7.7m investment for UWE Centre for Fine Print Research
The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol)'s Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) is to receive a £7.7m grant from Research England's Expanding Excellence fund. This prestigious grant is awarded in recognition of the Centre's internationa (More)
By Lindsay Woodford Exceptional physical features, together with high commitment and motivation, are important attributes of high-performance athletes. However, when faced with frustrating setbacks, the same qualities of commitment and motiv (More)
15 May 2019 15:00 – 17:00 Register here Are you interested in upskilling your workforce and does the cost of training seem a barrier to accessing local talent? This event provides an opportunity to hear first-hand accounts from existing (More)
15 May 2019 15:00 – 17:00 Register here Are you interested in upskilling your workforce and does the cost of training seem a barrier to accessing local talent? This event provides an opportunity to hear first-hand accounts from existin (More)
By Jennie Ferrell Photos courtesy of Acorns ‘n’ Oaks Playgroups Intergenerational activities and programmes have become a popular topic in the United Kingdom recently with the success of projects involving older adults and children as port (More)