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Recent research undertaken by academics at UWE Bristol on student fears of oral presentations has been downloaded over 20k times since being published 11 months ago. The paper is currently the 2nd most read paper in the Journal of Further and Higher (More)
by Daniela Paddeu Have you ever wonder how much carbon you generate when you buy a product? An increasing number of people look for organic or sustainable products, buy from sustainable companies, try to reduce plastics/packaging. We might feel w (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Academic Spotlight: Dr Issy Bray
In this Academic Spotlight we asked Dr Issy Bray, Associate Professor in Public Health (Epidemiology) at UWE Bristol. Tell us about your background and how you became interested in your research area? My background is originally in statistics (More)
written by Tom Smith The Neurodivergence in Criminal Justice Network (NICJN) is a research and knowledge exchange group, created and jointly co-ordinated  by Dr Tom Smith (Associate Professor in Law). Founded in 2021, the NICJN is primarily (More)
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)
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)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Academic Spotlight: Dr Laura Fogg-Rogers
In this Academic Spotlight we asked Dr Laura Fogg-Rogers, Associate Professor for Engineering in Society a few questions about the research she is involved with at UWE Bristol. Tell us about your background and how you became interested in yo (More)
The aim of CTS is furthering understanding and influence on the interactions between mobility, lifestyles, and society in a context of technological change.We design, plan, and deliver a range of research works on six core themes, with integrate (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)
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