Tag: Research Projects

Emotions: how humans regulate them and why some people can’t

This article by Leanne Rowlands, KESS 2 PhD Researcher in Neuropsychology at the School of Psychology, Bangor University, is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article here. Take the following scenario. You are nearing the end of a busy day at work, when a comment from your boss diminishes what’s left of your dwindling patience…. Read more »

New luminescent materials for application in the aerospace industry

A paper recently published in Chemistry: A European Journal (Wiley Online Library/ChemPubSoc Europe) by first author and KESS 2 student Kaitlin Phillips, of Prof. Simon Pope’s research group in Cardiff University (June 2018), together with collaborators in China, has shown that new organometallic species can be developed that show remarkable electronic properties. KESS 2 project… Read more »

The importance of Universities working with businesses (Western Mail Article)

Although Wales currently faces a substantial amount of political and economic uncertainty, we know for a fact that the future prosperity of Wales very much relies upon on how well we develop and invest in our future generations. Building and growing a competitive edge is essential, and providing resources to combine research, knowledge exchange and… Read more »

KESS 2 at Bangor University showcase ESF funding to Welsh Government delegation

On Friday 14th September a Welsh Government delegation joined KESS 2 participants at Bangor University for a project showcase event hosted at The Management Centre in Bangor. The KESS 2 programme was chosen as a prime example to highlight the benefits of European Social Funds (ESF) and delegates were treated to an exhibition of a… Read more »

Revolutionary bee tracking research project featured on BBC Countryfile

BBC Countryfile

On Sunday 26th August 2018, a Bangor University KESS 2 project researching bee tracking was featured on BBC One’s topical programme Countryfile. Academic supervisor Dr Paul Cross and PhD candidate Jake Shearwood spoke to Matt Baker about the research and development of technology for tracking bees by the means of revolutionary miniature electronic devices, or… Read more »

KESS 2 Awards : The Annual Event : 2018

Awards 2018

On Thursday 26th July 2018 the second KESS 2 Awards, an annual event held for participants of the ESF funded project, was hosted at St Fagans National Museum of History in Cardiff. The evening consisted of a live competition of engaging presentations, each competing for a chance to win up to two awards; The Sustainability Award… Read more »

“The Toddlers who took on Dementia”: KESS 2 MRes project features on BBC Wales documentary

The toddlers who took on dementia

“The Toddlers who Took on Dementia” is a BBC Wales documentary that follows three days of planned activities which aimed to examine what happens when nursery children come together with people living with Dementia. Psychologists from Bangor University worked closely with Darlun TV to create person centred activities which were engaging for both ages. The… 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 »

Tenovus Cancer Care partnership opportunities through KESS 2: Call Now Open

Research at Tenovus

Tenovus Cancer Care are inviting expressions of interest for KESS 2 project partnerships with a submission deadline of Monday 26th February, 2018. Tenovus Cancer Care is an eligible KESS 2 company partner and have partnered on fifteen KESS studentships during the previous KESS project. For KESS 2, Tenovus Cancer Care are keen to be an active partner on studentships, and will… Read more »