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)
Written by Linda Pengelly (MSc Student for Environmental Management) In the early to mid-1900s, the hangover from Britain’s Industrial Revolution of the previous two centuries (when emissions of sulphur dioxide (SO2) were at their peak) was sti (More)
Salmonella causes more than 93 million cases of salmonellosis, resulting in 155,000 deaths annually worldwide. Many severe cases are associated with the production and consumption of pork: salmonella is found in the pig gut and is often mult (More)
By Professor Danielle Sinnett The Centre for Sustainable Planning and Environments (SPE) aims to develop an understanding of how to achieve healthy, resilient, sustainable and smart places, in the context of climate and ecological emergencies. We (More)
Dr Tavs Jorgensen, who is an Associate Professor at UWE Bristol’s Centre for Print Research (CFPR), is among a group of leading artists that has been selected by renowned sculptor Peter Randall-Page for an exhibition to celebrate the relaunch of t (More)
Date: Friday 24 June, 2022Time: 10.30am – 4.30pmWhere: Room 3S710 Join us for “Pedagogies of Discomfort- spaces for working with challenging conversations and topics”, Friday 24 June 2022. This symposium explores the ethics of critical p (More)
Adapted from this Community Rail Network article   Dr Miriam Ricci, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Transport & Society, UWE Bristol has received funding from the Department for Transport for a project that is designed to tackle (More)
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)