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Research, Business and Innovation wrote: NEW Air Quality courses available
Following the success of our online offer over the past 2 years the Air Quality Management Resource Centre (AQMRC) in the Department of Geography and Environmental Management, are pleased to once again offer these courses online. Please click on (More)
Written by Chad Staddon, Professor of Resource Economies and Policy. A lack of access to safe, piped water services in many parts of the world means that alternative water supplies, such as rainwater harvesting (RWH), are often all that is avail (More)
A UWE Bristol project calling for artwork from artists/mothers at all stages of their careers receives over 700 pieces of art from around the world. The "This is Essential Work" project is an online open-access intersectional feminist exhibition (More)
Friday 24 June 2022 Organisers: TAG and UWE Bristol, in collaboration with BRIDGE research centre. This symposium explores the ethics of critical pedagogy – long central to training and education approaches in youth work, social work and ed (More)
Genetic variations occur in the human body, which can make us sick, more susceptible to diseases such as diabetes, cancer or make us respond to drug treatments differently. UK is recognised worldwide as a leader in genomics, which is utilised in the (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Introducing our research strength focus: Health & Wellbeing
At UWE Bristol we are proud of our active and collaborative research community of bold and innovative thinkers that are breaking research boundaries.  Our four key research strengths are:    Creative industries and technolo (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Reacting, Retreating, Regulating and Reconnecting
Guest blog post from Florence Neville, PhD student. Blog post originally appeared on autismhwb.com: Summary of study findings. Florence Neville, February 2022 I am an autistic Health and Wellbeing PhD student at the University of the West of (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: World Water Day 2022
To celebrate World Water Day 2022, we are highlighting some of our research on river abuse: Slow Violence and River Abuse: The Hidden Effect of Land Use on Water Quality Associated staff, researchers and companies: Professor Darren Reynold (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: World Water Day 2022: Highlighting UWE Bristol Water Research
To celebrate World Water Day 2022, we are sharing some of the amazing work from our academics working to achieve clean water for all. Producing biological safe water using decentralised technologies Associated staff, researchers and companies (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Welcome to the Healthy Waters Research Cluster blog
Welcome to the Healthy Waters Research Cluster blog where we plan to share with you the latest the Healthy Waters updates.   People and ecosystems require both an adequate quantity of water as well as an adequate quality of water if key deve (More)