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A Centre for Fine Print Research project, led by Associate Professor Fabio D’Agnano, has been selected as Best Practice at EU Industry Days 21, a flagship event of the EU Commission. The project featured in the main exhibition of the fourth editio (More)
An exciting competition for school children has been launched by UWE Bristol academics in collaboration with Waterwise. Based on the award winning book DRY: The Story of a Water Superhero, the competition provides an ideal opportunity to engage youn (More)
UWE Bristol’s Dr Vadim Zverovich, Senior Lecturer in Operational Research, has recently had his new book published – Modern Applications of Graph Theory. The book discusses many cutting-edge applications of graph theory, such as traffic networks (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Seeing people in the data
Original post shared on the Science Communications Unit. By Dr Laura Fogg-Rogers  We’re living through a Climate and Ecological Emergency and we urgently need to reduce carbon emissions. And yet society se (More)
Photo courtesy Irina Petrova, 2020 Several academics from UWE Bristol and visiting scholars from the Unconventional Computing Laboratory (UCL) have been featured in a special issue of LINKs, an annual transdisciplinary review, edited by Professor (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: University spin-out enables IBS diagnosis method
Adapted from news article shared on the University of Liverpool website. Nidor Diagnostics is working with its industrial partner to carry out final validation of a new diagnostic for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) before commercial launch. Ni (More)
The Active Living Architecture: Controlled Environment (ALICE) project has been recognised by the European Commission's Innovation Radar team has an Innovation Highlight and will be showcased on their website. The project, which follows on from t (More)
Associate Professor in Cultural Interdisciplinary Practice and UWE Bristol alum, Dr Shawn Sobers, has been awarded an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Engagement Fellowship alongside nine other huma (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Case study: How happy is your pig?
Professor Melvyn Smith was recently interviewed by KTN about his research into the emotional state of pigs. The below case study was written by Alan Cowie at KTN as part of their annual report: Innovation in agriculture has advanced significantl (More)
In an exciting new collaboration, a team drawn from three research organisations in Africa and five in the UK are working together to build capacity for research management and administration at their own universities and beyond.  Staff in A (More)