The BioComposites Centre have three KESS 2 researchers at Bangor University. Read more about two of our participants mentioned in the Annual Report below. “Carlo, Jenny and Josh are a fantastic addition to the research community here at the Centre.” said Dr Morwenna Spear, one of their supervisors. “The KESS 2 programme is an excellent… Read more »
Give yourself the gift of opportunity this year and apply for a fully funded Research Masters scholarship!
These 1-year project-specific opportunities are the last ones available through KESS 2 East, so why not make 2023 a year to remember by boosting your career and academic expertise with a research project that works in collaboration with a real-world company partner. But hurry, these projects will commence in January 2023 so don’t miss your… Read more »
“Taking the time to talk to patients is fundamental for their care”
Article reposted from: https://www.southwales.ac.uk/news/news-2022/taking-the-time-to-talk-to-patients-is-fundamental-for-their-care/ To mark International Nurses’ Day (Thursday 12 May) we are speaking to some of our inspirational Nursing graduates who are continuing to make a real difference in their profession. Hilary Dyer, a mental health nurse who worked on acute wards for a short period during the Covid-19 pandemic, is studying a Masters by… Read more »
Infographic shows impact of EU funds on collaborative research opportunities in Wales
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Examining the evidence relevant to the development of Social Prescription interventions : Gwenlli Thomas publishes her first paper
Gwenlli Thomas, a Bangor University KESS 2 MRes student, has published her first paper in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (Impact Factor 2.849). The paper examines the evidence relevant to the development of Social Prescription interventions that take a co-productive and co-designed approach to improving wellbeing in a community setting. Co-production… Read more »
Tears and laughter as young and old share experiences
Over recent months, in care centres across Wales, an innovative social experiment has been taking place – and the results are astonishing. In a new series of three emotional programmes on S4C, starting Sunday, 10 December, Hen Blant Bach shows what can happen when six children share their day care with a group of pensioners… Read more »
Understanding our oceans: How and where do fish swim?
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 »
EU funded research projects showcased at KESS 2 Awards event
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 »