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Two MA Animation alumni, Hend Youssef Esmat and Lamiaa Diab, who set up their own animation business and are now based in Launch Space, have had their work used in an MG car TV advert. Originally from Cairo, the duo graduated from UWE in 2018 be (More)
[Photo L-R: Dr Geraint Jones (Innovate UK), Alex Sleat (UWE Bristol), Shirley Hall (ExtraCare), Professor Praminda Caleb-Solly (UWE Bristol) attending the quarterly review meeting at Bristol Robotics Lab] UWE Bristol has been working on a Knowled (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)
As part of the Being Human Festival 2019, Professor Steve Poole is co-hosting an event on 14 November that explores ‘dark tourism’ sites of extraordinary public execution in Georgian Britain. Read all about it in his post below: Steve Poole (More)
Adapted from news article which originally appeared on the UWE Bristol Website. Researchers at UWE Bristol are supporting the North Bristol NHS Trust to develop a device that can diagnose urinary tract infections (UTI) in a few minutes.  Th (More)
Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences Dr Alex Greenhough has been awarded a grant of almost £25,000 from Bowel Cancer UK to understand why some patients with rectal cancer don't respond well to certain treatments and look for new ways to improve (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)
On October 3rd, Launch Space residents Scribeless won the Santander Universities Entrepreneurship Award. Scribeless helps companies better engage their customers through the power of the handwritten letter. They automate the process, using AI and (More)
In 2015, 10 Bristol City Football Club (BCFC) fans travelled independently to Birmingham to watch a game of football. On arrival, West Midlands Police (WMP) had identified them as ‘known hooligans.’ They were surrounded and escorted back to (More)
This post (edited for publication) is published on our blog as part of a series of work produced by students for assessment within the module ‘Public International Law’. Following the blogging success over the last couple of years, we decided to (More)
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