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Research, Business and Innovation wrote: UWE Bristol Women in Research Mentoring Scheme
The Women in Research Mentoring Scheme (WRMS) has been successfully running at UWE Bristol for 6 years. The scheme matches female researchers to a mentor (male or female) in order to provide mentees with encouragement, support from experienced colle (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: What is a Knowledge Transfer Partnership?
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships have been helping UK businesses innovate and grow for over 40 years and are one of a range of funding initiatives made available through Innovate UK (the UK government’s Innovation Agency).   Linking businesses (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Women Researchers Mentoring Scheme (WRMS)
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. Applications for the 2020/21 scheme are now open and wil (More)
Professor Peter Case’s research on malaria healthcare service provision expanded to Namibia this year. Peter’s research teams – including three recent Zimbabwean graduates from the FBL Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Practice in Chang (More)
We are delighted to announce that a UWE-based spin out company, Nidor Diagnostics Limited, has been established to develop a medical diagnostic device. The device, named Inform ™, can detect the volatile organic compounds in patient samples, i (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: UWE Academics help in public trial of driverless pods
As part of a research project involving UWE Bristol robotics, driverless pods helped transport members of the public around London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The project aims to pave the way for the use of connected and autonomous vehicle ( (More)
A project co-led by the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), Bristol Zoo and West African Primate Conservation Action is set to help protect nine species of primate found across Africa. A five-year plan that will be sent to the Internati (More)
People who are flying less often for environmental reasons want more visible leadership from environmental organisations and green employers to overcome expectations that 'flying is normal'. That is the conclusion of a study investigating the views (More)
A revolutionary new type of intelligent building made with green construction materials and capable of adaptively reacting to changes in light, temperature and air pollutants is being developed by UWE Bristol academics in collaboration with partners (More)