Tag: Bangor University

Tomato early blight – identification of genetic sources of resistance to Alternaria solani (KESS2 PhD Scholarship).

  Project Title: Tomato early blight – identification of genetic sources of resistance to Alternaria solani (KESS2 PhD Scholarship) Location: Bangor University, School of Natural Sciences Project ID: BUK2169 Annual Stipend: £14,628 Application Deadline: 17 June 2019 We are offering an opportunity to learn plant pathology and work with industry partners (Burpee NL and the Sarvari… Read more »

Research Masters scholarships in Molecular Medicine

Research Masters scholarships in Molecular Medicine    Bangor North West Cancer Research Institute, School of Medical Sciences, Bangor University Project ID: BUK2176 Annual Stipend: £11,702 Application Deadline: 7/6/2019  A competitive KESS2 studentship is available to an excellent student to fund a Research Masters (MRes) degree in Molecular Medicine. The studentship provides a stipend of £11,702… Read more »

Connecting Generations – Celebrating and learning event 11/4/19

Following the popular series “Hen Blant Bach” and “The Toddlers that took on dementia” on S4C and BBC Wales, Dr Catrin Hedd Jones and her KESS MREs student Mirain Llwyd Roberts, are working with Gwynedd Council and Grŵp Cynefin Housing to invite practitioners to share and celebrate the growing intergenerational work in the UK. Three… Read more »

Welsh Ontology of Family Law (MRes Scholarship)

Welsh Ontology of Family Law Bangor University, Canolfan Bedwyr’s Language Technologies Unit along with the Law School Annual fee: £11,313 Application deadline: 11 April 2019 Available to start as soon as possible This is an advertisement for an MRes scholarship for a Welsh Ontology of Family Law, for which the ability to speak Welsh is essential…. Read more »

KESS 2 participant Nicole Hughes publishes paper in BMC Palliative Care journal

hospicecare

Nicole Marie Hughes, a Bangor University KESS 2 PhD student, has successfully achieved publication within the BMC Palliative Care journal. Nicole has been working in conjunction with four North Wales hospices; Hospice at Home (Gwynedd and Anglesey), St David’s Hospice (Llandudno), St Kentigern Hospice (St Asaph) and Nightingale House (Wrexham) to qualitatively and quantitatively assess… Read more »

Bringing bivalve aquaculture out of its shell: Samantha Andrews from The Fish Site reports on the work of KESS 2 researcher Andy van der Schatte Olivier

The Fish Site

This article, written by Samantha Andrews on 10th January 2019, was originally published on The Fish Site and reports on the research project of KESS 2 PhD candidate Andy van der Schatte Olivier (Bangor University). The article has been republished with full consent from The Fish Site. Read the original article here. The true value of cultured bivalves such as… Read more »

Exercise can fast-track your workplace well-being – here’s how

Exercise

This article by Rhi Willmot, KESS 2 PhD researcher at Bangor University, is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article here. Exercise has been found to reduce stress, increase positive mood, decrease anxiety and alleviate depression. But you may not know that the emotional well-being associated with exercise is also linked to key attributes that can help us while we work. One… Read more »

Long-standing KESS 2 company partner Halen Môn’s founders both awarded MBEs in the Queen’s New Year Honours list

Alison & David Lea-Wilson

David and Alison Lea-Wilson, founders of North Wales based SME Halen Môn, were both awarded MBE honours in the 2019 Queen’s New Year Honours list for their work supporting business and industry in Wales. Halen Môn is a world-renowned artisan sea salt company with Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) status, located on the coast of… Read more »

Why foraging for free is food for the soul

This article by Elisabeth S. Morris-Webb, KESS 2 PhD researcher at the School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University,  is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article here. In the past few years, there’s been a resurgence in the idea of foraging for food. The practice of hand gathering plants and animals for bait, money or… Read more »

Agroforestry can help the UK meet climate change commitments without cutting livestock numbers

This article by Charlotte Pritchard, KESS 2 PhD Researcher at the School of Natural Sciences in Bangor University, is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article here. Some 12m hectares of the UK is currently covered by agricultural grasslands which support a national lamb and beef industry worth approximately £3.7 billion. However, proposals have been… Read more »