Tag: Research Projects

KESS 2 at Bangor University launch an online series of Wales-wide Covid Chronicles

Covid Chronicles

Postgraduate research has faced some significant hurdles during these unprecedented times. But has the global pandemic brought opportunities to research that would not otherwise have presented themselves? Has the challenge of Covid-19 opened doors and triggered novel ways of working? KESS 2 has launched an initiative to capture and share participants’ experiences during the Covid-19… Read more »

Public Procurement Expo with KESS 2 presence to be held at Bangor University

An ‘Expo’: Public Procurement and meeting the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act Goals at Bangor University’s Neuadd Reichel Hall, to be held on Tuesday 4 February, will bring procurement officers from across the north Wales public sector, academics and other leaders in public procurement together to collaboratively explore how public bodies can use more sustainably produced, local… Read more »

U2B Editorial : KESS 2, connecting academia & industry through research

“Where blue skies thinking meets applied research… KESS is the much-needed bridge between industry and academia.” Don’t miss this fantastic editorial piece about KESS 2 published on U2B. To read the full article, visit: https://u2b.com/2019/12/04/kess-2-connecting-academia-industry-research/ Link opens in a new tab. Editorial length approx.1200 words.

Major new research to strengthen sustainability of Welsh farming

As climate change and environmental issues continue to rise in the public’s consciousness, red meat body Hybu Cig Cymru – Meat Promotion Wales (HCC) is helping to fund a major piece of research at Bangor University which will help the Welsh lamb and beef sectors in their bid to lead the world in terms of… Read more »

Do you write articles or blog posts as part of your KESS 2 research project?

Many participants write or blog during their MRes or PhD research, whether it’s for their University or School, for platforms such as The Conversation, or for affiliated partners’ independent websites. Let us know if you are writing or blogging! ✏️ If you are already writing let us know! We are always hungry for your stories and… Read more »

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 »