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Harnessing the power of university-sponsored Multi Academy Trust partnerships

Published on August 18, 2021
...rsity’s sponsored MAT, meanwhile, is to bring together a community of sixth-form teachers and to enable smaller and less popular subjects to be delivered across schools using technology to bring sixth-form colleges together. Although many university-sponsored MATs are located in the region where the university is rooted, Coventry University sponsors MATs across the country, including in Nuneaton, Leicester and Nottingham, thus enacting a civic rol... Read more »

Creating a new national park for the West Midlands

Published on October 24, 2021
...lish a national park for the West Midlands that provides multiple benefits to the city, the landscape and its inhabitants. Research background – repositioning the West Midlands Professor Kathryn Moore and Dr Anastasia Nikologianni, based within the Creative Artistic Thinking in Design (CATiD) research hub, are developing a proposal for a national park that will give the West Midlands a brand new identity and position it as a sustainable leader. Th... Read more »

Working with NASA on improving global weather forecasts

Published on October 24, 2021
...vity to different parameters within weather predictions, including changes to the wind, temperature and water vapour, and what effect this could have. The same model can also be used to look at the concentration of gasses in the atmosphere, helping to monitor climate changes and giving scientists more accurate predictions for the future. NASA’s atmospheric model, based on a series of mathematical equations, is separated into many components. One i... Read more »

New technologies address role of environmental pollution in decline of honeybees

Published on October 24, 2021
...ets, Dr Olga Duran and Dr Gordon Hunter, are working with Mark Gale, of not-for-profit company BeesMax and Surrey Honey Farm, on the development of new devices for monitoring pollutants within honeybee hives through funding from the BIG South London Voucher Scheme. At the start of this year’s EU Pollinator Week, they outline why the decline in honeybee populations is a global problem and how these technologies could help better understand the impa... Read more »

Measuring environmental pollution through bee hives

Published on October 14, 2021
...ets, Dr Olga Duran and Dr Gordon Hunter, are working with Mark Gale, of not-for-profit company BeesMax and Surrey Honey Farm, on the development of new devices for monitoring pollutants within honeybee hives through funding from the BIG South London Voucher Scheme. At the start of this year’s EU Pollinator Week, they outline why the decline in honeybee populations is a global problem and how these technologies could help better understand the impa... Read more »

New hydrogen transport and green jobs at Teesside University

Published on October 14, 2021
...new centre, which will provide a place for academic and industrial experts to come together to drive forward the UK’s plans to embrace the use of hydrogen as an alternative fuel, will create hundreds of jobs, 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... Read more »

Investigating wildfires in the UK

Published on October 24, 2021
...of wildfire. Human activities have shaped heathlands and moorlands in the UK over the centuries, keeping them open and slowing down the natural succession towards more closed forest habitats. Despite the human impact on their origin, moorlands represent important ecosystems for numerous endangered species including reptiles, insects and birds. Moorland management But historic poor management has caused a lot of damage in moorland habitats. The in... Read more »

Portable water supplies at Leeds Beckett

Published on October 24, 2021
...have poor infrastructure and lack development, stability and vibrancy. Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) construct shallow wells to try to meet current targets; however, they do not implement monitoring programmes to ensure that the water remains potable. The preconception is that because these people have an engineered well, they have an adequate drinking water source. However, this is often far from the case, consuming untreated and potenti... Read more »

‘Failing to invest in climate change research could have dire consequences’

Published on November 19, 2021
...from where most of the high-quality climate research and innovation in the UK comes. We don’t need to look to the high echelons of world leadership to find it – the impact is being made on our doorsteps by universities throughout the country. It requires a particular model of university to create the kind of everyday impact that cultivates resilient, sustainable and climate-conscious communities. Creating world-class research that accurately ident... Read more »

Reducing the impact of flooding on residential properties

Published on October 14, 2021
...n valves fitted to drains, which prevent floodwater or sewage backing up into the property. Despite the benefits and government incentives to utilise these measures, studies have shown only 5% of at-risk properties have any such measures installed. Working with community representatives from the flood-stricken town of Tewkesbury and with funding from Defra, the research team co-designed and tested new technical interventions, which led to an incre... Read more »