Emerging research stars

Music Artist Imogen Heap with the data gloves

We are very proud of the calibre and enthusiasm of our emerging research stars. Here are just some of the UWE researchers who are building exciting reputations for excellent research with real impact.

Virtual money laundering – real crime

Dr Clare Chambers-Jones investigates whether real-life criminals could use virtual online worlds to launder their ill-gotten gains.

Virtual memories, real places: The Curzon Memories App

Dr Charlotte Crofts is enabling us to explore our cultural history on location with innovative smart phone apps.

Musical gloves point the way to creative collaborations

Dr Tom Mitchell is enabling music and sound manipulation through hand gestures and interactive art installations.

Planning for the end of a child's life

Dr Antonia Beringer is developing and evaluating the best possible support and advice for families planning for the end of their child's life.

Disclosing the identities of sex offenders: promoting empowerment or vigilantism?

Dr Kieran McCartan's investigations into the public disclosure of information about sex offenders in Wales and Northern Ireland.

Giving up driving in later life – facing the issues

Dr Charles Musselwhite's work to identify the issues from the perspective of older people themselves.

Language development of children with English as a second language

Dr Selma Babayiğit's work into understanding how English language and literacy skills develop in school-aged children.

Robotic hearts and tentacles - science meets art

Dr Peter Walters' collaboration between scientists and artists developing novel robot devices.

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More SPURS for early career researchers

UWE Bristol is delighted to announce that 20 staff have been awarded SPUR grants for 2014/15.

 

 

Page last updated 16 December 2014

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