Bangor University’s Schools of Ocean Sciences, Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, working in collaboration with company partner Tidal Lagoon Power, are looking for a computer science student to help them build an autonomous vehicle that will answer questions that have bugged ecologists and fisheries scientists for years – how and where do fish swim? The new project… Read more »
Article by Kate Isherwood, KESS 2 PhD Student (School of Psychology, Bangor University). Originally published by The Conversation on September 4, 2017. Read the original article. The UK is facing a mental health crisis in the workplace. Around 4.6m working people – 7% of the British population – suffer from either depression or anxiety. In total, 25% of all EU citizens will report a… Read more »
On Thursday 27th July at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, ESF funded project KESS 2 presented awards to three competition winners during an engaging evening of live Presentations and an exhibition of Research Images, titled ‘Making Waves’. The event, attended by students, companies and academics, showcased just some of the ongoing EU funded research… Read more »
KESS 2 company partner Halen Môn is to receive The Queen’s Award for Enterprise thanks to their continuous commitment to sustainable growth and the environment. Her Majesty announced the awards on her birthday (April 21st), these awards are given on the recommendation of the Prime Minister and the Queen’s Awards Assessment Team. Halen Môn are… Read more »
KESS 2 is proud to feature in a new collection of case studies highlighting the value to the Welsh economy of research and development activity in universities in Wales. The Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW) publication Innovation Nation, which was launched at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay on 30th March 2017, is the… Read more »
In a world where most of us spend a large part of our lives at work, we need to create environment that fosters productivity, motivation and in-work support. A student at Bangor University has been given just this task. Kate Isherwood, a PhD student in the School of Psychology will be researching the use of Positive Psychology and Behaviour Change techniques, in the workplace, under the supervision of Professor John Parkinson.