Investigating stakeholder perspectives on the role of the semi-wild pony in maintaining biodiversity and agricultural sustainability in the uplands of Wales

The mountains, hills and valleys of Wales play a central role in the culture, recreation, economy and environment of the Welsh nation and yet they are declining. The semi-wild (or semi-feral pony) is


Identification and quantification of trace organic contaminants discharged from waste water treatment plants

The main purpose of this project is to generate pump priming data for novel applications of high resolution mass spectrometry methods for identification and quantification of organic pollutants


Coventry Made Me

This rapid response project investigates how the city of Coventry and its various places have influenced the identity of creative individuals of the city – and acts as the inspiration for new work by


Collaborative research on Women’s Communal Land Rights (WCLR) in Africa

The overarching objective of this project is to draw lessons from and scale up efforts to advance Women’s Communal Land Rights in East and West Africa.


ASSURED CAV (Parking)

The ASSURED CAV (Parking) project’s purpose is to create a bespoke and realistic, controlled set of parking environments to test and support the development of current and future connected and


Plant Alert

Plant Alert is a long-term citizen science project designed to help prevent future invasions of ornamental plants.


DIGICAV

Investigating the feasibility of building a connected autonomous vehicles (CAV) simulation platform that enables plugging in external heterogeneous components.


Why are pregnant women in prison?

The aim of our study is to find out why pregnant women spend time in prison, on remand, on recall from licence conditions and on sentence.


Rapid evidence review on the causes and identification of individuals with specific learning difficulties (SpLD)

In January 2020, Professor Julia Carroll was invited to provide a rapid evidence review on recent research on Specific Learning Difficulties for the UK government.


Inkjet-printed Respiratory Rate Wearable Sensors for Infants: Towards Remote Monitoring Solutions for Low-setting Villages and Refugee Camps

There is an increasing need for remote, low-cost, reliable and comfortable respiratory rate  that provide physicians with accurate newborn readings.


Variability and Self-Organisation in Stellar Evolution

Ever improving observational technologies have enabled access to the complex and rich dynamics of solar/stellar surface phenomena on a broader range of time/length scales, revealing new features that


Inkjet-printed respiratory rate wearable sensors for infants: Towards remote monitoring for low-setting villages and refugee camp

The monitoring of infants respiratory rate can contribute to the identification of several health problems and life threats. However, it is still the least documented and monitored parameter due to


A study examining the Drug, Alcohol & Recovery Team and the Drug Recovery Wing at HMP Rye Hill

The report presents key findings from a prison-based study examining the role of a Drug, Alcohol and Recovery team and a Drug Recovery Wing at category B prison.


Experimental studies on improvement of efficiency of aluminium reduction cells

This project targets one of the issues occurring during the production of primary Aluminium.


EventRights

Addressing inequality, enhancing diversity and facilitating greater dialogue in the hosting of sporting mega events.’


Evaluation of City of Culture Transforming Leadership Programme

Working within evaluation design principles and a methodology which aligns with the City of Culture Trust’s strategic approach, and to the outcome-led / partner-driven model deployed across the city.


Interactive Dialogues: Ethics and Equity in Practice Research - Dance and Theatre

The necessity to engage in a dialogue around the issues of Ethics and Equity in Dance and Theatre have been identified in the field of artistic practice and in the academic sector of Practice


Cooking Connections Coventry: Home-based Sensory Food Experiences for Wellbeing

Connections Coventry explores how creative food-based sensory activities can support wellbeing for older people in isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Comprehensive Tourism Revival Framework for Socio-Economic Development in Post-conflict Kashmir: Lessons from Northern Ireland

This international project’s focus will be on one of the important and challenging areas in South Asia – Kashmir, which used to be a leading tourist destination for generations.


Multiphase Flow Metrology in Oil & Gas Production (MULTIFLOWMET II)

Multiphase flow measurement is a fundamental enabling metrology in subsea oil and gas production. However, field measurements exhibit high measurement uncertainty, costing industry billions of euros