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  • Participants wanted for hormonal treatment, bodily changes and exercise study - 29/03/2018

    The Centre for Appearance Research (CAR) is looking for 20 men diagnosed with prostate cancer to take part in a research study about hormonal treatment, bodily changes and exercise.

  • The Duke of York opens Bristol Business School - 22/03/2018

    The University of the West of England's flagship £55 million business building has been opened by The Duke of York.

  • Student entrepreneurs selected for South Korea trade visit - 19/03/2018

    Student technology entrepreneurs from Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) have been selected to take part in an Innovate UK business trip to South Korea.

  • Symposium to explore how documentaries can better engage audiences using technology - 16/03/2018

    The fifth edition of the i-Docs symposium, which is dedicated to the expanding and evolving field of interactive documentaries, is to take place from 21-23 March at the Watershed. The bi-annual event is hosted by the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol)'s Digital Cultures Research Centre (DCRC).

  • Creative Media Design student wins Bristol Pound competition - 16/03/2018

    BA Creative Media Design student Radley Attwell Cook has had his design chosen to represent Bristol on the new Bristol Pound notes that will enter circulation later this year. His design, 'Power in Numbers!' representing the Protest and Rebellion culture in Bristol, was selected from over 300 designs by an online vote and a panel of judges made up of community leaders and artists including Massive Attack's Grant Marshall and civil rights activist Paul Stephenson OBE. The judges were tasked with choosing winning designs that take into account designs what would be workable on a small paper note.

  • Drone racing event invites families to build autonomous RAF airship or fly in a simulator - 14/03/2018

    The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) is to launch the second of its indoor drone events, where families have the chance to build a remote-controlled plane, have a go in a simulator, or construct an autonomous airship with the Royal Air Force (RAF). Budding coders can also take part in a hackathon to programme a drone, while engineers will do the same to get their machines to fly unaided and race each other.

  • Africa Week comes to UWE Bristol - 07/03/2018

    The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) will come to life with five days of exciting activities to mark the third Africa Week (#AfricaWeek2018), running from 12-16 March. Highlights will include a sports day, a night of arts and culture, an educational forum, and a health forum.



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