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The aim of CTS is furthering understanding and influence on the interactions between mobility, lifestyles, and society in a context of technological change.We design, plan, and deliver a range of research works on six core themes, with integrate (More)
For the last 10 years, the Air Quality Management Resource Centre (AQMRC) at UWE Bristol have delivered a suite of successful courses on the topic Air Quality. This year, the team were given extra resource to develop online materials to provide a (More)
Future Space is part of UWE Bristol's University Enterprise Zone. They aim to drive the University’s ambitions to prepare students with entrepreneurial skills, spark collaboration between UWE researchers, innovators and entreprene (More)
TechSPARK recently produced their list of top entrepreneurs, techies and innovators who they have named the Top Innovators in the region. TechSPARK is a not-for-profit network dedicated to connecting, educating and strengthening the digi-tech cl (More)
How do we use technology better to help those that need it most?  The Challenge Bringing the legal industry together with third sector, technologists and innovators, to rapidly design ideas on how we can purposefully use open source tech (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: UWE Bristol Alumni wins prestigious award
UWE Bristol alumnus Neha Chaudhry was announced as the winner of the Innovation Award for the South West Region at the Medilink Healthcare and Business Awards 2019 for her business Walk to Beat. Consequently, Walk to Beat came second in the nati (More)