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By Rosy Heywood, Research Associate at Centre for Print Research. Main image: Fig 1: Boxes of organic foam impregnated ceramic beads and plain ceramic beads adjacent to a pot of traditional beads In a previous blog post, by my colleague Sonny (More)
Associate Professor in Rheumatology and Self-Management Emma Dures has recently been appointed Adjunct Professor of Rheumatology and Rehabilitation at the University of Southern Denmark and the associated research institution at the Danish Hospital (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Changing water dynamics in uncharted regions
By Dr Kwok Chun Environmental datasets provide critical information about our physical environment, helping us to monitor progress towards achieving global environmental targets, such as the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs (More)
When it comes to healthy water there is no shortage of challenges – indeed the difficulty is often in finding sufficient focus to not feel paralysed by the extent of problems. In April, UWE Bristol’s Healthy Water Research Cluster did just that. (More)
UWE Bristol has recently announced another application round of its successful Partnership PhD programme. A Partnership PhD bridges the gap between external organisations and university. It enables an organisation to gain access to cutting-edge r (More)
#MeToo – a grassroots movement that swept the world  The phrase "Me Too" was first used in the context of sexual assault and abuse by activist Tarana Burke, when she highlighted the issue on the social media platform Myspace in 2006. Taran (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Academic Spotlight: Dr Simon Scarle
Dr Simon Scarle is a Senior Lecturer in Games Technology and Program Leader for the MSc Commercial Games Development. Simon is a Theoretical Physicist by background, and previously worked in a number of postdoctoral roles producing computer simul (More)
Adapted from this Research Involvement and Engagement article  Informing and consulting public groups has long been recognised as vital for good quality research, which is why academics are encouraged to engage communities and seek their inp (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: UWE Bristol Expanding Research Excellence Scheme
In May 2021, UWE Bristol launched the first ever Expanding Research Excellence (ERE) scheme, aimed at supporting and developing interdisciplinary, challenge-led research across the University. The scheme is designed to bring together research clu (More)
UWE Bristol academic Professor Andrew Adamatzky has theorised that electrical impulses sent by mycological organisms could be similar to human language, after undertaking research into four type of fungi. Professor Adamatzky research, which has r (More)