Tag: Bangor University

Global award for Bangor University wetland scientist and KESS 2 academic

A Bangor University lecturer has received a top international award for his work on understanding some of the world’s most important habitats. Prof Chris Freeman from Bangor University was given the prize after receiving nominations from scientists around the world, who praised him as a leader in his field. The Society of Wetland Scientists (SWS)… Read more »

Womenspire success for KESS 2 academic supervisor Delyth Prys

KESS 2 academic supervisor and head of Bangor University’s Language Technologies Unit, Delyth Prys, has been given an award by Wales’ leading gender-equality charity recently, in recognition for her pioneering work in the field of minority language technologies. Delyth leads a team of programmers, software developers and lexicographers at Bangor University’s Language Technologies Unit, a specialist… Read more »

Non Williams, KESS 2 student, elected for seat in Welsh Government ‘Young People in Agriculture Forum’

KESS 2 would like to extend congratulations to our PhD candidate Non Williams on recently being elected to sit on the Welsh Government’s ‘Young People in Agriculture’ forum in Builth Wells. Non, who is currently researching ‘Optimised management of upland pasture for economic and environmental benefits’ within the ESF funded KESS 2 structure, will be… Read more »

The application of Systems Thinking Approaches to the development of integrated care services for adults with complex care needs: a systematic review  (MRes Scholarship)

The application of Systems Thinking Approaches to the development of integrated care services for adults with complex care needs: a systematic review Bangor University, School of Healthcare Sciences, College of Human Sciences Project ID: BUK2151 Annual Stipend: £11,472 tax free over 12 months Application Deadline:  Friday 20th July 2018 Project Description: This project presents an… Read more »

Children’s perceptions of parents’ use of technology in Wales (MRes Scholarship)

Children’s perceptions of parents’ use of technology in Wales School of Healthcare Sciences, Bangor University (Bangor or Wrexham campus) Project ID: BUK2150 Annual Stipend: £11,472 tax free over 12 months (September 2018 – August 2019) Each KESS 2 study also includes a Postgraduate Skills Development Award and a generous travel and equipment allowance. Application Deadline:… Read more »

KESS 2 Central celebrates Europe Day at Bangor University (Photo Gallery)

For Europe Day 2018, the KESS 2 Central team joined forces with other European Funded projects for a social morning with coffee and cake at The Management Centre, Bangor University. The event was jointly organised between KESS 2, Bluefish, ISPP and SEACAMS, which are all supported by EU funds through the Welsh Government. The morning… Read more »

Europe Day 2018 celebrated by KESS 2 participants (Interactive Map)

On Wednesday, 9th May 2018, KESS 2 participants celebrated Europe Day by taking to social media to share the benefits EU funding is providing for their doctoral-level study in Wales. Led by Bangor University, KESS 2 facilitates collaborative research projects between universities and businesses across Wales and is supported by European Social Funds (ESF) through the Welsh Government. Throughout Europe… Read more »

Enhanced utilisation of embedded RFID technology with bio-based materials (MRes Scholarship)

Enhanced utilisation of embedded RFID technology with bio-based materials Bangor University and the Biocomposites Centre Project ID: BUK2160 Annual Stipend: £11,472 Application Deadline: 1/6/18 Project Description : We are looking for a graduate with experience in materials science and an interest in electronics to work on an exciting and industry relevant project whilst gaining a… Read more »

What is the impact of DementiaGo in residential homes for residents, relatives and staff? (MRes Scholarship)

What is the impact of DementiaGo in residential homes for residents, relatives and staff? Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) Wales, School of Healthcare Sciences, Bangor University Project ID: BUK2157 Annual Stipend: £11,472 Application Deadline: 15th June 2018 Project Description: We are seeking a highly capable and motivated graduate for this exciting opportunity to undertake a… Read more »

Implementation of intergenerational care: evaluating the factors that facilitate and hinder the adoption and sustainability of an intergenerational programme in a community setting (MRes Scholarship)

Implementation of intergenerational care: evaluating the factors that facilitate and hinder the adoption and sustainability of an intergenerational programme in a community setting. School of Healthcare Sciences, Bangor University Project ID: BUK2159 Annual Stipend: £11,472 tax free, paid over 12 months (August 2018 – July 2019). Each KESS 2 study also includes a Postgraduate Skills… Read more »