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  • Dementia researchers gather in Bristol to share findings with public


    UWE Bristol academics Professor Myra Conway and Dr Praminda Caleb-Solly are amongst the regions' experts to contribute to a free public meeting on Monday 4 July 2016 to discuss the latest research findings and boost public understanding of dementia.

  • Is Brexit possible in fisheries?


    Dr Tom Appleby from the University of the West of England's Environmental Law Unit is a leading expert in marine and fisheries law. Writing for the Blue MarineFoundation, following the Brexit vote, Dr Appleby outlines the complexities involved in renegotiating the UK's fisheries quota.

  • UWE Bristol retains European Commission HR Excellence in Research Award


    Following a recent review, the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) has retained its European Commission HR Excellence in Research Award.

  • Ten minutes on children's internet game enough to lower body satisfaction among young girls, study finds


    Young girls reported heightened body dissatisfaction after playing a children's internet game for just 10 minutes, a study has found.

  • Revolutionary 'Pee into power' invention takes centre stage at Glastonbury 2016


    The Pee Power urinal that turns pee into electricity - designed by researchers at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) - is taking centre stage in the Stone Circle at Glastonbury Festival for the second year running.

  • Top award for robotics experts


    Robotics experts from the Bristol Robotics Laboratory have won the 'Best Medical Paper Award' at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation - ICRA 2016, one of the world's largest robotics conferences with some 2,500 delegates, that was held in Stockholm last month.

  • UWE Bristol delighted to host the Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges (EAUC) 20th Annual Conference


    The 20th annual conference organised by the EAUC will be held at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) on 25 and 26 May 2016.

    The conference “Learning and Legacy: The Role of Education in Creating Healthier, Happier Cities” will bring 300 sustainability academics, professionals and students to the UWE Bristol Exhibition and Conference Centre.

  • UWE Bristol successful in £5.2 million (€6.7m) EU project tackling air pollution


    Thousands of people across Europe will be invited to share their views on how to reduce air pollution and improve public health in six cities as part of a multi-million pound project featuring the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol).

  • Bristol one of five cities to share £3.9m urban regeneration research


    People living in the cities of Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Newcastle and Gateshead and York will benefit from a new research and innovation initiative that puts them in the driving seat to help improve their cities' health, wellbeing and prosperity as they face up to challenges of modern urban living.

  • New research could help would-be A&E attendees


    New research funded by the British Red Cross and carried out by UWE Bristol (the University of the West of England) and the University of Bristol aims to discover what information will help people know what to do and where to go when a person is unwell.

  • Bristol Food Connections: What's on the menu for UWE Bristol?


    How does music affect flavour? How do our experiences of food both unite and alienate communities? UWE Bristol researchers will reveal more at the annual Bristol Food Connections (29/4 – 7/5), a unique city-wide food festival bringing together the many vibrant food cultures and communities, the business, culture and education sectors to inspire people to celebrate and engage with good food.

    Starting on 29 April 2016, this ten day festival will see Bristol's food culture celebrated through over 180 events across the city. As one of the organising partners, UWE Bristol will present a series of activities set to challenge how we think about food.

  • Why Bristol and Bath are leading the UK in design


    Why are the cities of Bristol and Bath proving to be so successful at design related business and industry? What is it that design companies based in Bristol and Bath are doing that sets them apart and how can this success be harnessed and duplicated in other areas of the UK? And why are designers flocking to both cities in their droves?

  • Television viewers shun mobile devices when watching favourite shows, says 'second screens' researcher


    Television viewers are turning their noses up at using mobile devices to enhance their favourite programmes, according to research carried out at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol).

  • Professor hails 'world-changing' technology proven to extend shelf life of fruit and veg


    Trials of potentially 'world-changing' technology aimed at prolonging the life of fresh produce have proved successful.

  • Exploring the future of 'Behaviour Change' in landmark new book


    Book launch – 4 March 2016, 12-14.00, Frenchay Campus, Room 3B067. Free lunch but registration required.

    The new book 'Beyond behaviour change: Key issues, interdisciplinary approaches and future directions' will be launched on 4 March 2016, introduced by Donna Whitehead, Pro-Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean of Bristol Business School.

    The book, edited by Dr Fiona Spotswood from The Centre for the Study of Behaviour Change and Influence at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), is one of the first to bring together insights from leading academics and thinkers in 'behaviour change' across a range of disciplines including public health, transport, marketing and the environment.

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