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Many software and cloud platforms rely on the use of containerisation, a modern technique of deploying multiple software services quickly, securely and efficiently on large-scale cloud computing resources such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Servi (More)
Last month UWE Bristol hosted the Unlock Cyber Taster Day at Frenchay campus, which was attended by over 300 young people. Students aged 12 to 14 participated in hands-on activities including manipulating a Scalextric track to improve the perfor (More)
Recent research undertaken by academics at UWE Bristol on student fears of oral presentations has been downloaded over 20k times since being published 11 months ago. The paper is currently the 2nd most read paper in the Journal of Further and Higher (More)
Written by Dr Gillian Clayton, Centre for Research in Biosciences, Faculty of Health and Applied Science Humanitarian settings, such as refugee camps, require consistent access to safe, high-quality water, but this can be difficult due to complex (More)
UWE Bristol Researchers have developed a smartphone-based sensor for the determination of gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB); a popular recreational drug. Its strong sedative and amnesic effects have led to drug-facilitated sexual assaults, poisonings, ove (More)
A new report has been released by academics at UWE Bristol which looks at the experiences of journalists reporting on criminal courts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Building on years of experience researching Law and Media, Dr Tom Smith; Dr Sally (More)
Written by Bethany Fox, Research Associate in Centre for Research in Biosciences (CRIB) A new paper has been published in Science of the Total Environment (STOTEN), “A case study: The deployment of a novel in situ fluorimeter for monitoring bio (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Academic Spotlight: Dr Issy Bray
In this Academic Spotlight we asked Dr Issy Bray, Associate Professor in Public Health (Epidemiology) at UWE Bristol. Tell us about your background and how you became interested in your research area? My background is originally in statistics (More)
written by Tom Smith The Neurodivergence in Criminal Justice Network (NICJN) is a research and knowledge exchange group, created and jointly co-ordinated  by Dr Tom Smith (Associate Professor in Law). Founded in 2021, the NICJN is primarily (More)
In this Academic Spotlight we asked Dr Emmanuel Adukwu, Deputy Head of Department for Applied Sciences, a few questions about the research he is involved with at UWE Bristol. Tell us about your background and how you became interested in your re (More)
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