Dr Guru Prabhakar's co-authored paper has been published in the International Journal of Information Management (Impact Factor: 4.5). Facebook Usage and Mental Health: An empirical study of role of non-directional social comparisons in the UK. (More)
Science Communication Unit wrote: Be visible or vanish
  After Cristina Rigutto’s informative seminar on post-publication digital engagement, we asked for her advice about blogging and how to increase our visibility online. Cristina reminded us that a key element of an academic’s profile is t (More)
Last month, Cristina Rigutto (communications consultant and social media editor at Public Understanding of Science Journal) came to speak to us, as part of our ongoing series of science communication seminars, about increasing the impact of our re (More)
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)
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)
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)
[caption id="attachment_209" align="aligncenter" width="416"] David Gilroy speaking to students[/caption] Yesterday Director of Stuff and Things at Conscious Solutions, David Gilroy gave a guest lecture to Law students on managing their social media (More)