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Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Sustainability and Climate Change Resilience Round Up
For the past three months, we have been focusing on sharing content with you around Sustainability and Climate Change Resilience, one of our four research strengths. The challenges of global warming, finite resources and shrinking biodiversity c (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: For UWE Staff: Women Researchers’ Mentoring Scheme
The Women Researchers’ Mentoring Scheme (WRMS) aims to promote and facilitate professional development for women researchers working at UWE Bristol, helping them reach senior research roles.  This scheme provides support to female staff to de (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: UWE Bristol academic wins ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize 2021
Dr Rebecca Windemer, Lecturer in Environmental Planning and Design, last week won the Outstanding Early Career Impact award as part of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Celebrating Impact Prize 2021 for her research on “Influencing p (More)
The Centre for Sustainable Planning and Environments (SPE) aims to develop understanding of how to achieve sustainable, healthy places that are resilient and responsive to future challenges. We are a multidisciplinary centre of academics researching (More)
The Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) scheme is a UK-wide programme helping businesses to improve competitiveness and productivity. A recent graduate is placed within an organisation to help solve a business problem, with access to our (More)
Guest blog post by Professor Kieran McCartan, Professor of Criminology, UWE Bristol All research, even theoretical research, has a real-world basis. Research helps us understand the world and our role in it better. Therefore, at the core of all r (More)
Original story appeared on UWE Bristol website. UWE Bristol researchers have placed a socially intelligent robot at a special needs school in Somerset to support autistic pupils aged 12 to 19 with their wellbeing and emotions over a three-week (More)
A Centre for Fine Print Research project, led by Associate Professor Fabio D’Agnano, has been selected as Best Practice at EU Industry Days 21, a flagship event of the EU Commission. The project featured in the main exhibition of the fourth editio (More)
An exciting competition for school children has been launched by UWE Bristol academics in collaboration with Waterwise. Based on the award winning book DRY: The Story of a Water Superhero, the competition provides an ideal opportunity to engage youn (More)
UWE Bristol’s Dr Vadim Zverovich, Senior Lecturer in Operational Research, has recently had his new book published – Modern Applications of Graph Theory. The book discusses many cutting-edge applications of graph theory, such as traffic networks (More)