Search Results for: ���� Ivermectin Without Doctor ������ www.Ivermectin-Stromectol.com ������ Ivermectin 6mg Online Uk ���� Buy Ivermectin For Humans Online Uk . Ivermectin 3mg Otc Uk

University Alliance media coverage `

Published on April 29, 2021
...mpaign Research Professional- 27/04/21 https://www.researchprofessionalnews.com/rr-he-agencies-other-2021-4-university-alliance-pledges-academic-diversity-in-media/ University Business- 27/04/21 https://universitybusiness.co.uk/headlines/university-alliance-calls-for-more-academic-diversity-in-the-media/   Student returns BBC R4 Today programme – 14/04/21 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1862OflFk4 LBC Radio with Eddie Mair – 13/04/21 https://www.... Read more »

COP26 needs to address air quality as well as climate change

Published on November 1, 2021
...ut even full battery electric vehicles (BEVs) still have air quality issues. For example, heavier vehicles due to batteries lead to greater brake and tyre wear and road abrasion creating more resuspended fine particulate matter, which will still affect the health of those living near busy roads. Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles may also have zero tailpipe emissions, but the energy required to produce the hydrogen fuel may be fossil-fuel derived. If we... Read more »

Alliance Awards 2021 winners!

Published on June 23, 2021
...r people with learning disabilities… are we prepared?): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbeAIl0Wn6I April 2020 webinar (DNACPR): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePJKT9MZRXA&t=626s YouTube channel with all webinars to date: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOQLenTftiiC_cFo0aaE-lA/videos BBC news report (incl interviews with GRASSroots group and Prof Tuffrey-Wijne), who contacted us following our webinar on vaccination: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av... Read more »

New technologies address role of environmental pollution in decline of honeybees

Published on October 24, 2021
...se technologies could help better understand the impact pollution is having. For several decades now bee populations have been in serious decline across Europe and North America. The majority of our flowering plants, including many that produce crops for human consumption, rely on bees and other insects for pollination. Honeybees and other bee species are particularly important to our agricultural sector and the produce that eventually ends up on... Read more »

Measuring environmental pollution through bee hives

Published on October 14, 2021
...se technologies could help better understand the impact pollution is having. For several decades now bee populations have been in serious decline across Europe and North America. The majority of our flowering plants, including many that produce crops for human consumption, rely on bees and other insects for pollination. Honeybees and other bee species are particularly important to our agricultural sector and the produce that eventually ends up on... Read more »

High tech facilities at Alliance universities are helping to power the NHS

Published on July 16, 2021
...ities’ world-leading high tech facilities below. https://www.unialliance.ac.uk/2021/07/14/facilities-at-faculty-of-health-education-and-life-sciences-birmingham-city-university/ https://www.unialliance.ac.uk/2021/03/26/leeds-becketts-centre-for-applied-obesity/ https://www.unialliance.ac.uk/2021/03/26/university-of-south-wales-clinical-simulation-centre/ https://www.unialliance.ac.uk/2021/03/30/partnership-will-explore-use-of-robots-to-improve-pat... Read more »

New hydrogen transport and green jobs at Teesside University

Published on October 14, 2021
...while seeing the region become a global leader in the green hydrogen sector. Combined with renewable electricity, hydrogen can be produced, stored and used to generate heat and electricity without producing any greenhouse gases and with huge reductions in many other air pollutants. The knock-on benefits of a strong hydrogen economy could add up to £7billion to the region’s economy from now until 2050, creating thousands of jobs in the process The... Read more »

Working with NASA on improving global weather forecasts

Published on October 24, 2021
...ds 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 communities and to plan for the impact on the environment and the economy, has never been clearer. Maths researchers at the University of South Wales have been working with NASA to refine their atmospheric model... Read more »

Harnessing the power of university-sponsored Multi Academy Trust partnerships

Published on August 18, 2021
...T sector should have a seat at the table for future decisions on MAT policy. 2. Legally enable the sharing of services across education groups The university-sponsored partnerships within the MATs helps drive cash savings and the redirecting of funding into learner provision through the sharing of services and investment of resources from the universities. However, this mutual benefit is not formally recognised, meaning much of the support offered... Read more »

Investigating wildfires in the UK

Published on October 24, 2021
...ge in various parts of the world, such as North America and Southern Europe. For example, a study in California from 2004 modelled that the warmer and windier weather (brought about by an atmosphere with higher levels of CO2) produced fires that burned more intensely and spread faster in most locations. It has also been demonstrated that increases in rainfall during winter and spring – which are also known consequences of climate change – provide... Read more »