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University Alliance media coverage `

Published on April 29, 2021
...nalnews.com/rr-he-agencies-other-2021-3-university-alliance-wants-more-say-in-uk-s-economic-future/ Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce 6/4/2021 https://www.greaterbirminghamchambers.com/latest-news/news/2021/4/6/eight-point-plan-for-education-to-spearhead-recovery/ Oxford Mail – 1/4/2021 https://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/19200742.university-alliance-outlines-role-covid-recovery-uk/   Research impact publication Research Professional 10/3/2021... Read more »

COP26 needs to address air quality as well as climate change

Published on November 1, 2021
...e world, cities are subject to emissions from all of these sources, however, in the UK, where industry and power generation have been largely relocated away from urban areas under the Clean Air Acts, the most problematic source contributors to both air pollution and to climate change are transport and home heating. Transport The Government has set an ambition to stop selling new fossil-fuelled cars and vans by 2032, including plug-in hybrids. Redu... Read more »

Alliance Awards 2021 winners!

Published on June 23, 2021
...e projects and teams, a number of individuals were recognised in the awards, including a senior leader who was nominated by her team for her unfaltering motivation and commitment to wellbeing support. This year also saw the inclusion of an award to champion UA’s Doctoral Training Alliance Alumni, who have gone on to great things since completing their PhD with University Alliance. This year’s winner was recognised for the collaborative support she... Read more »

New technologies address role of environmental pollution in decline of honeybees

Published on October 24, 2021
...cline 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 use of pesticides, fungicides, and othe... Read more »

Measuring environmental pollution through bee hives

Published on October 14, 2021
...cline 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 use of pesticides, fungicides, and othe... 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 »

Investigating wildfires in the UK

Published on October 24, 2021
...environments to wildfires, a source of ignition is still required. In the UK, it can be natural (such as bolts of lightning) or caused by man either deliberately or accidentally. Various studies have shown that the number of recreational visits to “risky” sites, such as the English Peak District, increase the occurrence of wildfire. Human activities have shaped heathlands and moorlands in the UK over the centuries, keeping them open and slowing d... Read more »

Developing low-cost air quality monitors for Heathrow Airport

Published on October 24, 2021
...n that 88% of deaths related to outdoor pollution occur in low- and middle-income countries. Yet it is these same developing countries that typically lack access to data on their air quality. UNEP’s device can spark a data boom to help countries reduce the negative effects of air pollution, potentially saving lives that would have been lost due to air pollution-related illnesses.” Growing concern over levels of pollution at Heathrow Airport led to... Read more »

Brighton Waste House

Published on October 24, 2021
...e, just stuff in the wrong place. It also aims to prove that a contemporary, innovative, low energy building can be constructed almost entirely by young 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 be... Read more »

How supermarkets can engage consumers to think more about household food waste

Published on October 28, 2021
...reliminary findings from the Wrap-funded project suggest constant reminders, for a period of around six weeks, can make people focus on what they need to use while making meals. After that, it happens automatically and without awareness for at least six months afterwards – and in that time a fair amount of wastage can be reduced. Our project focuses on using reminders within the home to increase cognitive input into the process of food waste reduc... Read more »