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Research, Business and Innovation wrote: £7.7m investment for University print research centre
The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol)'s Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) is to receive a £7.7m grant from Research England's Expanding Excellence fund. This prestigious grant is awarded in recognition of the Centre's internationa (More)
The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) has climbed to its highest ever position into the top 30 in the Guardian university league table, with its fourth consecutive rise up the table. Moving up 9 places from last year, the University i (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Knowledge Transfer Partnership graded ‘Outstanding’
A Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) between UWE Bristol and Viper Innovations has been graded as "Outstanding" by Innovate UK. Viper Innovations Ltd is an established provider of industry-leading products for integrity monitoring of electrical (More)
The Bristol Centre for Economics and Finance's first conference on Pro-environmental employee and consumer behaviour was held on the 29th of April 2019. The day was a major success with around 80 registered participants and 14 presenters with ma (More)
The Scale up 4 Growth project launched by UWE Bristol 's Research, Business and Innovation team has been nominated for a KE Award in the External KE Initiative of the Year category. Scale up 4 Growth (S4G) is a 3 year, free programme that helps (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: UWE Bristol Alumni wins prestigious award
UWE Bristol alumnus Neha Chaudhry was announced as the winner of the Innovation Award for the South West Region at the Medilink Healthcare and Business Awards 2019 for her business Walk to Beat. Consequently, Walk to Beat came second in the nati (More)
The exciting adventures of Edina The below blog post has been co-authored by Edina Opoczki (BA International Business student) and Hayley Iovannelli- International Recruitment Manager for the Faculty of Business and Law. Hi! My name is Edina (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Gestural musical gloves now available on pre-order
Gestural musical gloves, technology originally developed at UWE Bristol by Dr Tom Mitchell, are now available for pre-order through a company called MI.MU. The gloves use motion capture and AI to enable wearers to create music with their movements. (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: UWE Bristol wins Guardian Award for Equity Programme
We were delighted to be finalists at this year’s Guardian University Awards but are over the moon to have actually won! This award means so much to everyone who’s been involved in developing and delivering the Equity Programme ever since our fir (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: UWE Bristol wins Guardian Award for Equity Programme
We were delighted to be finalists at this year’s Guardian University Awards but are over the moon to have actually won! This award means so much to everyone who’s been involved in developing and delivering the Equity Programme ever since our fir (More)