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St Mary’s University Research Centre wins contract to explore mindfulness and healthcare professionalism

The Centre for Bioethics and Emerging Technologies (CBET) at St Mary’s University, Twickenham has won a £50,000 contract for a research project on the effectiveness of mindfulness approaches in developing healthcare professionalism. In partnership with the University of Surrey, the …

Winchester researchers support award-winning care project

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A team of University of Winchester researchers have helped pioneer an award-winning approach to care for older people at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital. The Health and Wellbeing Research Group from the University’s Department of Psychology was involved in the …

Writtle College Landscape Architecture postgraduate wins national award

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Jacqui Jobbins, from Bradwell on Sea, has won the student dissertation category in this year’s Landscape Institute awards. She was also runner up in the President’s Award. Jacqui, who graduated this year with a Masters in Landscape Architecture – which is …

PhD Studentships announced by University of Cumbria and Sellafield Ltd for women entering STEMM research

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Sellafield Ltd – University of Cumbria Bursary for PhD study Faculty of Health & Science, University of Cumbria £3000 per year over a maximum four-year period (up to £12,000) Applications are invited for the Sellafield Ltd – University of Cumbria bursary for a part …

Royal Agricultural University and Morrisons announce research and education partnership

The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) and food retailer Morrisons have launched an education and research based partnership which will benefit the wider farming industry. The announcement was made at an event at the Royal Agricultural University’s historic campus in Cirencester, …

Report launch at Harper Adams highlights potential of no-till systems

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A report launched at Harper Adams University on behalf of The Worshipful Company of Farmers has highlighted the need for effective pest control and selective crop rotations when striving for a successful no-till farming system. Visiting Professor in Agricultural Engineering, …

University of Worcester to collaborate with local charity to research dysphagia and dysphasia

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The University of Worcester’s Psychology department is stepping up its partnership work with Malvern-based national charity ARCOS. The two institutions will collaborate for the benefit of people with difficulties in eating, drinking and swallowing, and also those with communication problems. …

University of Cumbria scheme supports local businesses to research new energy projects

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As part of an initiative to support research into innovative, low carbon energy technologies, a scheme hosted by the University of Cumbria is providing seed funding for small business with original ideas. The university’s Renewable Energy Test and Education Centre …

Call for External Examiners – Leeds College of Art

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Building on their recent expansion of their research team through new appointments, Leeds College of Art are now seeking expressions of interest from experienced academics to act as External Examiners on their MA Creative Practice. Applicants should contact Sam Broadhead …

York St John University research commission to tackle productivity and poverty in Leeds City Region

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York St John University Business School, in partnership with Leeds Beckett University, has been commissioned by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to undertake an exciting new research project to make a real difference to the Leeds City Region’s prosperity. Working with …

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