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Therapy Today 2019 30(6) 41 (2019)
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Costello, J. (2019). Therapy Today 2019 30(6) 41

And what do you do?: You're cornered at a social event by another guest who asks you what you do and starts telling you their personal problems....

New Technology and Automation in Freight Transport and Handling Systems (2019)
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Paddeu, D., Calvert, T., Clark, B., & Parkhurst, G. (2019). New Technology and Automation in Freight Transport and Handling Systems

This is an evidence review that examines the trends in manufacturing and global supply chains, looking at the international trade, technology and users, and how these may change between now and 2040. The review has been commissioned by the Government... Read More

BBC The Big Questions (2019)
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Mackay, F. BBC The Big Questions

Rachel Burden presents topical debate live from The Attenborough Centre at the University of Sussex in Brighton. Has social media ruined childhood? Is feminism in crisis?

The arts and wellbeing: A burgeoning research area (2019)
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Holt, N. J. (2019). The arts and wellbeing: A burgeoning research area

A blog post on the UWE's Psychological Sciences Research Group about our research on the arts and health, and the growing evidence base for the health benefits of engaging with the arts.

Re-definitions (educational app) (2019)
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Sobers, S. (2019). Re-definitions (educational app)

As a result of speaking at the National Conference for Religious Education Advisers in July 2018, Sobers was approached to speak about the Rastafari faith on the RE-Definitions app, which is an educational resource featuring key terms and definitions... Read More

Using virtual reality with autistic pupils (2018)
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Newbutt, N. (2018). Using virtual reality with autistic pupils

In the guide Nigel explores the two main options for VR-HMD; HTC Vive and cardboard VR with a smartphone/device. Focussing on the cardboard VR option, he then offers some guidance on using this technology with autistic pupils and recommends some cont... Read More

Promoting resilience and questioning resilience [Blog] (2018)
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Thompson, M. (2018). Promoting resilience and questioning resilience [Blog]

Your 30-second summary. This blog is about resilience. A term that is now, seemingly, everywhere. Below I provide a quick overview of the term and of psychological research into the resilience of children. Then I contrast these research findings whic... Read More

Making STEM for everyone: Resources for supporting people from under-represented groups to engage with Science, Technology, Mathematics and Engineering (2018)
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Hobbs, L., & Fogg Rogers, L. (2018). Making STEM for everyone: Resources for supporting people from under-represented groups to engage with Science, Technology, Mathematics and Engineering

A resource compilation This document provides a compilation of resources for supporting people from under-represented groups to study STEM subjects, enter STEM careers and see that STEM subjects can be ‘for them’. The list is arranged in a seri... Read More

Written Evidence - Bribery Act 2010 (2018)
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Ryder, N. (2018). Written Evidence - Bribery Act 2010

The submission provides a summary of the research conducted by Professor Nicholas Ryder on the Bribery Act 2010. The submission presents a summary of the key findings.

UWE Research Support annual report 2017-2018 (2018)
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Vaughton, C. (2018). UWE Research Support annual report 2017-2018

Annual report covering the work of the Library Research Support Team, including updates on the Research Repository, Data Repository, and APC payments.

Video: How to value and account for ecosystems (2018)
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Everard, M. (2018). Video: How to value and account for ecosystems

This video is the second in a series promoting two EU reports: (1) Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity; and (2) Natural Capital Accounting

Patient and public involvement toolkit for antimicrobial medicines development research (2018)
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Kok, M., Gibson, A., Evans, D., Grier, S., & MacGowan, A. (2018). Patient and public involvement toolkit for antimicrobial medicines development research

PPI is a rapidly growing and important global movement. PPI specifically in antimicrobial medicines development research, however, is new and unfamiliar. There is currently a lack of literature and clear practical guidance focusing on PPI in this are... Read More

Practical guide: Patient and public involvement in antimicrobial medicines development research (2018)
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Kok, M., Gibson, A., Evans, D., Grier, S., & MacGowan, A. (2018). Practical guide: Patient and public involvement in antimicrobial medicines development research

Patient and public involvement (PPI) in antimicrobial medicines development research is new and unfamiliar. There are few established patient support groups or voluntary organisations in the field of infection sciences given the short-term nature of... Read More

Economic crime enquiry (2018)
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Ryder, N. (2018). Economic crime enquiry

The submission provides a summary of the research conducted by Professor Nicholas Ryder on money laundering, the financing of terrorism, the respective legislative frameworks, regulatory agencies and the enforcement of financial crime legislation in... Read More

Can green QE reduce global warming? (2018)
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Dafermos, Y., Nikolaidi, M., & Galanis, G. (2018). Can green QE reduce global warming?

The idea of a green QE (quantitative easing) programme has gained a lot of traction over the last years. It has been argued that by implementing such a programme central banks could contribute to the fight against climate change. Our recent research... Read More

White paper - Agricultural Robotics: The Future of Robotic Agriculture (2018)
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Duckett, T., Pearson, S., Blackmore, S., Grieve, B., & Smith, M. (2018). White paper - Agricultural Robotics: The Future of Robotic Agriculture

Agri-Food is the largest manufacturing sector in the UK. It supports a food chain that generates over £108bn p.a., with 3.9m employees in a truly international industry and exports £20bn of UK manufactured goods. However, the global food chain is und... Read More