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UWE Bristol’s Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Viper Innovations (Portishead), which completed in 2018, has been nominated as one of three finalists in the Business Impact category for the KTP Best of the Best Awards 2020. To be considered for (More)
Homelync, who started in the Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) Hardware Incubator before graduating to Future Space, have been acquired by Aico. Homelync are an award-winning, innovative technology firm that specialise in smart home integration (More)
Future Space resident Mass Spec Analytical, announced today that it has received additional funding from Innovate UK to pursue its Plasma Ion Source Development work. Mass Spec Analytical (MSA) received the award through the Analysis for Innovat (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Launch Space graduate incubator recruiting now
Have you graduated from a UK University in the last five years and have a business idea you’d like to put into action? Launch Space provides free desk space and business support for graduate-led, innovative and high-tech businesses at various s (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Future Space Resident 500 More receive Covid-19 Grant
Future Space resident, 500 More Ltd has won a grant to work with Oxford Brookes University on an Artificial Intelligence (AI) development that monitors how you walk after having Covid-19. How you walk (or gait) is an indicator of recovery from di (More)
The University has put together an exciting package of support to help businesses grow and recover through these uncertain times. This includes a £1m Digital Innovation Fund, support for business transformation, and the UWE Business Network. UWE (More)
In response to Covid-19, UWE Bristol is launching a Digital Innovation Fund to help businesses to innovate during these turbulent times.  UWE’s Digital Innovation Fund provides business support and £1m in grants for small and medium sized (More)
The Department of Architecture and the Built Environment within FET at UWE Bristol have seen great success in a recently launched CPD course on an “Introduction to Zero Carbon Buildings” designed and delivered by Patrick O’Flynn (BEng, MSc, FH (More)
The Wage and Employment Dynamics (WED) project aims to bring together data to provide insights into the dynamics of earnings and employment. The aim is to do this by integrating data across individuals across years, jobs, income sources and employer (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)
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