Case Studies

Effeithiolrwydd cynnyrch goroesi Reflexcell i warchod pobl mewn amgylcheddau eithafol / Goblygiadau cynnyrch Reflexcell o ran iechyd pobl (Safbwynt Academaidd)

In the short term this research has helped Blizzard to understand how their products compare to other widely used products, like polythene survival bags. The research project has given the company some empirical evidence and some real numbers to help support their assertion that their product competes well against the best on the market.

In the long term, we are hoping that the emergency and armed services will look to adopt these products, so enabling them to better care for cold casualties in the field as a result of this research.
Positives for the school and other students

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(English) An Advanced Virtual Environment for Rugby Skills Training (The Academic Perspective)

(English) Most projects today need multi-disciplinary skills; it’s getting more and more difficult to only apply computer science techniques when developing novel applications, so we need to be collaborating.

This project is the first time that we’ve done a sporting application as well as computer science; it has allowed us to collaborate with the School of Sports, Health and Exercise Science and the School of Psychology here at Bangor, so there has been an excellent team involved in this project. It has been good in establishing links with other schools in the University and we’ve also been able to establish links internationally because of the project.

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Datblygu amrywiaeth o domatos sy’n gallu gwrthsefyll malltod hwyr – ar gyfer hinsawdd Gogledd Ewrop (Safbwynt Busnes)

Myfyriwr: James Stroud Cwmni: Sárvári Research Trust (SRT) Goruchwyliwr Academaidd: Dr Katherine Steele David Shaw, Sarvari Research Trust: Sarvari ResearchTrust is a small organisation, so one of the things that attracted us to the KESS programme was the ability to have a substantial piece of research done for a relatively low price. It was also… Darllen mwy »

Datblygu Rhaglen Bwyta’n Iach Food Dudes ar gyfer plant cyn-oed ysgol mewn meithrinfeydd, a’u teuluoedd yn y cartref (Safbwynt Busnes)

(English) We got involved with KESS because we think it’s important to develop academic talent and help graduates learn about the process of bringing academic ideas to market. Academia is particularly important to us, because Food Dudes grew out of the School of Psychology at Bangor University under the leadership of the late Professor Fergus Lowe and Professor Pauline Horne. Although the programme itself had been in development for 20 years, it wasn’t until 2010-11 that Food Dudes started to become of particular interest to Public Health professionals around the UK, no doubt because of the public and media pressure to do something about the problem of obese children.

Since we span out the business in 2011/21, Food Dudes has become possibly one of the fastest growing social enterprises in the UK. That said, any support we can find for the project is warmly welcomed – hence our interest in KESS.

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