Research with impact
UWE Bristol's innovative ceramic 3D printing material has helped ceramic tableware companies improve their industrial processes.
A technique from UWE Bristol has led to the creation of new mouthwashes and wound dressings.
Negative body image is a significant global health issue. UWE Bristol research has informed major industry and policy initiatives to tackle it.
UWE Bristol research has enabled companies to create innovative digital products for mobile devices.
UWE Bristol research has developed a programme of exercise and support that is bringing cost-effective relief to patients across the UK.
UWE research has informed the BBC and community groups in working together to widen the range of voices in local news.
Research at UWE Bristol has been instrumental in establishing marine reserves, including the world’s largest.
UWE Bristol research has improved air quality management in the UK and around the world.
Agencies around the world use methods developed at UWE Bristol to safeguard people’s privacy when they release statistics to the public.
UWE research has led to improved teamwork between healthcare professionals during hospital emergencies.
Care for people with cleft lip and palate now includes support from a professional psychologist thanks to UWE Bristol research.
UWE Bristol research has led to improved services and therapy for children with impaired communication.
Couriers, freight handlers and other companies use a UWE Bristol technique to measure difficult solid objects in challenging environments.
A third of a million people every week use an online travel service thanks to UWE Bristol research.
Research at UWE Bristol has helped improve young people’s achievements in education by stimulating new partnerships between universities, colleges and schools.
Legal research at UWE Bristol has helped a multinational telecoms business expand the availability of mobile banking in emerging markets.
UWE Bristol research has helped create a standard tool to inform school leavers, universities and policymakers.