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Harnessing the power of university-sponsored Multi Academy Trust partnerships

Published on August 18, 2021
...trating the full range of support on offer across the sector. In Brighton, the community of practice has delivered strategic support and, through the sharing of services and expertise, helped the partners within the MAT overcome practical problems on school improvement, wellbeing, safeguarding, staff recruitment, professional development and raising aspirations. The aim of Coventry University’s sponsored MAT, meanwhile, is to bring together a comm... Read more »

Creating a new national park for the West Midlands

Published on October 24, 2021
...-covid green economic recovery. Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street said: “These plans not only support our work to recharge and rebuild the region in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, but will also help achieve our ambitions for a greener, healthier and more inclusive region that tackles the climate emergency and reaches net zero carbon emissions by 2041.” Also giving support to the project are the United Nations Educational, Scientific an... Read more »

Working with NASA on improving global weather forecasts

Published on October 24, 2021
...he accuracy of their weather predictions. In the first few months of 2020, the UK saw unprecedented weather patterns. In February, it experienced the highest amount of rainfall in any month since records began in the 1800s, and widespread flooding devastated local communities. Combined with the growing concerns around climate change, the importance of being able to accurately predict the weather, in order to prepare and potentially save communitie... Read more »

Measuring environmental pollution through bee hives

Published on October 14, 2021
...As a not-for-profit company with the sole aim of reversing the decline of the UK bee population, bringing together our knowledge and experience as beekeepers with the scientific expertise of university researchers provides a unique opportunity to explore new ways of potentially reversing the dwindling numbers in bee colonies. It will hopefully allow us to better understand one of the major problems bees face in a way which we, ourselves, haven’t... Read more »

New technologies address role of environmental pollution in decline of honeybees

Published on October 24, 2021
...As a not-for-profit company with the sole aim of reversing the decline of the UK bee population, bringing together our knowledge and experience as beekeepers with the scientific expertise of university researchers provides a unique opportunity to explore new ways of potentially reversing the dwindling numbers in bee colonies. It will hopefully allow us to better understand one of the major problems bees face in a way which we, ourselves, haven’t... Read more »

Ensuring the sustainability of coffee using history

Published on October 24, 2021
..., which gathered oral history from industry workers in Italy, Switzerland, the UK and USA. Drawing on this research, Professor Morris created a video celebrating the 25th anniversary of Mulmar Foodservice Solutions, a Hatfield-based Anglo-Italian importer of commercial espresso equipment. The video used the company’s heritage to show the depth of knowledge and expertise it had to offer in its sector. As an authority on the history of espresso Prof... Read more »

Brighton Waste House

Published on October 24, 2021
...ng people studying construction trades, architecture & design. To this end over 300 students worked on the project, which was initially fabricated in the workshops of City College Brighton and Hove, and then assembled and completed by students and apprentices between May 2013 and April 2014. While being constructed, over 750 school pupils from over 35 local primary, secondary and tertiary colleges visited the Brighton Waste House site to learn abo... Read more »

Research to address overfishing

Published on October 24, 2021
...Commonwealth Office, as owner of the fishery, could create a reserve in a UK overseas territory much more easily than in domestic waters. BLUE’s chair described it, at nearly 640,000 km2, as “the world’s largest marine reserve” and “one of the most important acts of marine conservation ever undertaken”. Fisheries in EU waters The EU Habitats Directive protects wildlife and their habitats in a network of so-called ‘Natura 2000’ sites within member... Read more »

Reducing the impact of flooding on residential properties

Published on October 14, 2021
...and the team have had a significant impact on the response to flooding in the UK. For example, following the 2015/16 exceptional flooding, 11,000 out of 17,000 flooded properties were installed with property flood resilience measures, making these properties less vulnerable to future flood damage. The Defra project helped to increase awareness of flood resilient interventions within the insurance industry, leading to the development of new policy... Read more »

Low energy thermometers at Anglia Ruskin University

Published on October 24, 2021
...u accurately measure the temperature at really high heats without breaking the thermometer, and when it is constantly being coated in boiling toffee? This was the challenge that Bedford-based electronics company Calex set our university. Using the University’s entrepreneurial spirit and funds from their £11.8 European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)-supported Low Carbon KEEP Programme, the company were able to innovate, adapt and succeed. ‘Knowle... Read more »