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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
...29th October 2021 Dr Jo Barnes, Senior Research Fellow at UWE Bristol explains why COP26 must address air quality as well as climate change. While all eyes will be on the UK’s hosting of COP26 it is important that this vital international summit considers a dual focus on both the long-term measures to tackle climate change and the need to improve air quality. The same sources of emissions that are responsible for climate change are also causing s... Read more »

Measuring environmental pollution through bee hives

Published on October 14, 2021
...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 our supermarket shelves. Much of this worrying decrease in numbers has been widely attributed to the... Read more »

New technologies address role of environmental pollution in decline of honeybees

Published on October 24, 2021
...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 our supermarket shelves. Much of this worrying decrease in numbers has been widely attributed to the... Read more »

New hydrogen transport and green jobs at Teesside University

Published on October 14, 2021
...ent and testing of new hydrogen technologies, including for cars, buses, trains, lorries, boats and planes taking place in Teesside, where more than half of the UK’s hydrogen is already produced. The 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 le... Read more »

Working with NASA on improving global weather forecasts

Published on October 24, 2021
...ented 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 communities and to plan for the impact on the environment and the economy, has never been clearer. Maths... Read more »

Harnessing the power of university-sponsored Multi Academy Trust partnerships

Published on August 18, 2021
...cost savings to support school improvement and growth within the MAT agenda. Through the provision of placements for teacher training students and the delivery of subsidised continual professional development for staff, university-MAT partnerships ensure a clear professional development pathway that drives school and workforce improvement. University-sponsored MATs are also an effective means for realising a shared educational ambition for the MA... Read more »

Investigating wildfires in the UK

Published on October 24, 2021
...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 more favourable conditions for plant growth and therefore more potential fuel for the fires later in the summer. Even though climate change increases the vulnerability of dry environments to wildfires, a source of ignition is still required. In the UK, it can be natural (such as... Read more »

Alliance universities are fulfilling a civic role within their communities

Published on August 27, 2021
...w our members are Powering their Communities below: https://www.unialliance.ac.uk/2021/03/30/social-enterprise-spinouts-at-coventry-university/ https://www.unialliance.ac.uk/2021/03/30/community-legal-clinic-at-anglia-ruskin-university/ https://www.unialliance.ac.uk/2021/03/30/accounting-for-community-engaging-students-aces-scheme-at-oxford-brookes/ https://www.unialliance.ac.uk/2021/03/29/university-of-greenwich-support-local-mutual-aid-group-dur... Read more »

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

Published on July 16, 2021
University Alliance institutions are at the forefront of training the UK’s future health and social care workforce, training 25% of all nursing and midwifery students and 18% of all social work students. This is due in large part to the superb learning and training provision afforded by our universities’ high tech facilities. Allowing students to train in an immersive environment, using equipment and techniques that they would encounter once they... Read more »