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UWE Bristol research on “Advancing dysphagia-oriented multi-ingredient meal development” has been accepted to top research journal, Food Hydrocolloids. The research looks at optimising hydrocolloid incorporation in 3D printed nutritious meals that are safe and suitable for people with dysphagia (DP). DP is a growing health concern in today’s ageing population, leading to high demand for … Continue reading "Advancing dysphagia-oriented multi-ingredient meal development: Optimising hydrocolloid incorporation in 3D printed nutritious meals"
UWE Bristol’s Criminology and Psychology departments are working together to examine mental health in police forces across the United Kingdom and Ireland. Dr Paul Gavin and Dr Cody Porter are leading this and welcome feedback from any servicing police officers. You can find the link to the current survey below: The mental health of police … Continue reading "Mental health in Policing across the UK and Ireland: ongoing research"
In this spotlight, we meet Brenton Sequeria who is a Machine Learning and Image Integration Engineer Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) Associate with B-Hive Innovations and UWE Bristol. A KTP is a UK-wide, 3-way partnership between a business, a university and talented graduate called an Associate, and aims to help businesses improve competitiveness and productivity, whilst … Continue reading "Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate Spotlight: Brenton Sequeira"
A community climate book club led by UWE Bristol Academic Dr Sarah Robertson is due to start again after its summer break. Sarah is an Associate Professor at the School of Art’s Department for English Literature and has a particular interest in the literature of the American South, specifically the region of Appalachia. Her publications … Continue reading "Community Climate Book Club lead by UWE Bristol academic is re-starting this October "
To celebrate the launch of the new Climate Education Course on September 20th, the School of Engineering is working with academics to put on several engaging and inspiring activities on the theme of climate action. Unleadership for climate action The activities will include an information stand on Unleadership, a movement that seeks to disrupt traditional … Continue reading "UWE Bristol research and projects showcased at Climate Education Course launch event "
RBI is pleased to announce that booking is open for the 2023-24 Invest in Yourself programme. The programme offers skills development and training to UWE Bristol staff engaged in research. UWE researcher staff of all career stages, contract status and job role are warmly invited to take part, and we also welcome research support staff … Continue reading "‘Invest in Yourself’ Researcher Skills Development Programme"
Introducing our new starter Matt Dumbrill, who has recently joined as a Creative Technologies Associate for a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with True to Nature Ltd and UWE Bristol. True to Nature is a Bristol-based, independent production company specialising in innovative, world-class natural history content & TV production. The focus of this KTP will be … Continue reading "Introducing our newest Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate; Matt Dumbrill"
In August 2022, the Government announced its approach to supporting the safe deployment of self-driving vehicles to deliver societal and economic benefits. This led to a deployments competition, where seven successful projects from around the UK form the most advanced set of commercial, self-driving passenger and freight operations anywhere in the world. Following on from … Continue reading "UWE Bristol win funding to support UK supply chain for connected and automated mobility"