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The recent ESRC keywords ‘ethics’ seminar has published a report detailing the findings of the session.
Atypical Development Theme Lead Dr. Sarah Cassidy is among the 40 winners of a Future Research Leaders grant.
The Centre for Communities and Social Justice were pleased to host colleagues from Ghent University, with a view to developing a collaborative relationship between CCSJ and the Deprtment of Social Work and Social Pedagogy.
A special issue of the Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development (JAFSCD), on Cooperatives and Alternative Food Systems Initiatives, has just been edited by CAWR's Colin Anderson and will be freely available during July.
Prof. Marylyn Carrigan presented the key findings of her study into responsible business practices in SMEs, using the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter as an example, in front of several high profile practitioners from the jewellery industry as part of the seminar: “What’s in it for me? Raising Standards in the Jewellery Industry”.
Led by Dr Jason Begley (SURGE) this Regional Studies Association funded research network is tasked with comparing and contrasting the development of the Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) sector in three regions in which the participating partner institutions are located – Piedmont, Italy, Upper Silesia & Małopolska, Poland and the West Midlands, UK.
Dr Nick Henry and Dr Paul Sissons have won a contract with Big Society Capital, Citi Bank, Community Investment Coalition and Unity Trust Bank to map and analyse the newly released UK data on bank lending to individuals and businesses.
The objective of the study is to examine the factors that drive customer engagement on mobile phones apps. The study assesses the role of mobile apps in two mega events; Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
This project aimed to identify areas of good practice, service innovation and whole system thinking within falls prevention and response service delivery across the region, an in-depth case study approach was used where the researchers involved practitioners to capture this data, evaluate practice and highlight best practice service delivery.
Exploring prisoners’ personal experiences of engaging in the horticultural intervention and understanding the processes by which the intervention is provided.
The Civic Epistemologies project is about the participation of citizens in research on cultural heritage and humanities.
The British Academic Spoken English (BASE) corpus is a record of the speech of university lecturers and students at the turn of the 21st century. The corpus consists of 160 lectures and 39 seminars recorded in a variety of university departments.
Developing new measures to enable service providers to assess depression and suicidality in adults with autism, and establish national prevalence of these in the UK to inform policy.
InoCardia: Novel human-cell based assay for assessment of cardiovascular liability.
CASSANDRA – A multivariate platform for assessing the impact of strategic decisions in electrical power systems.
DEHEMS aims to help Europe to achieve its carbon reduction targets by supporting households in reducing their energy usage through better analysis and management of their energy consumption.