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Back in 2017 Dr Harriet Shortt, Associate Professor of Organisation Studies at UWE Bristol Business School, wrote a piece for Work Wise UK about how the commute – be it on a train, a bus or in a car – offers an important space for reflection an (More)
Bristol Centre for Economics and Finance is hosting an online event on 28th May 2020: Rules vs. Principles-based Regulation: What can we learn from different professions? There is an active debate in many disciplines about the most appropriate ap (More)
UWE Bristol Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) team have secured a new KTP with Harris Evolution, increasing the KTP portfolio to 13 live projects. The project will see Harris Evolution work with the UWE Bristol Business School (BBS). The appl (More)
By Professor Steve West, Vice-Chancellor at UWE Bristol As the COVID-19 pandemic has taken hold of the country, universities have radically changed how they operate to best support students and staff, and UWE Bristol is no different. But alongsid (More)
by Abbie, MSc Health Psychology Deciding on what to do and whether to do postgraduate study can be difficult for anyone. It’s a big step. To provide some perspective on postgraduate courses, I am writing my experience of this and hopefully will (More)
Callum Jenkins at The Big Pitch. Photo credit: Deliveroo Launch Space resident Callum Jenkins has secured funding from Deliveroo after pitching his business idea to the company’s chief executive and founder. Callum set up his own business E (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Bristol Robotics Laboratory manufacture visors for NHS staff
Original post appeared on UWE Bristol website. Technicians at Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) are using laser cutting technology to produce protective visors for NHS staff during the coronavirus pandemic. A team are manufacturing an init (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: UWE Researchers’ ‘Real Time’ Response to Covid-19
Guest blog: Ben Mitchell, Research Impact Team As a result of their expertise in Public Health, Emergency Medical Care, Knowledge Mobilisation, Maths and Computer Modelling, and other such related areas, a number of UWE researchers have been app (More)
By Dr Marc Griffiths, PVC and Executive Dean, Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences Over the last week the Glenside Campus has been set up to receive volunteers who will be working as frontline staff at the Bristol Nightingale hospital when it op (More)
Photo: UWE KTP Associate Minh Trang Based in Bristol, Powerline Technologies Ltd deliver next generation Smart Grid distribution automation solutions to utilities and Distribution Systems/Network Operators (DSO/DNO) worldwide. Since starting in J (More)