Posts Tagged ‘blog’

Training the next technology leaders

Keith's Blog: Making a Maker Club

Doctoral provision project catch up and what is to come

A catch up on all things that have been happening and to highlight a couple of great activities that are on the horizon for the PGRs

Chemistry, capoeira & coffee at the Copacabana

Jamie Courtenay, student from CSCT, writes about his recent visit to two Brazilian states.

Who are your customers?

Julian Buchanunn, Computing Services, asks some interesting questions about who our customers are and what customer service means.

Brexit Redux: Nick Pearce (IPR) blogs on May's speech

Professor Nick Pearce, Director of IPR, asks whether there are any lessons we should be learning from history when negotiating an exit from the EU.

Nick Pearce on Hammond's Autumn Statement

Professor Nick Pearce is Director of our Institute for Policy Research.

Video production to help promote your project

PhD student Franco Botes offers a wealth of helpful tips on how to use videos to communicate projects

Science & castles in the Czech Republic

CSCT PhD student Andrew Rushworth blogs about attending the tri-annual Germanium, Tin and Lead conference.

Developing affordable, comfortable prosthetics

Fun, stress, excitement, uncertainty: Oscar Rovira (Integrated Mechanical & Electrical Engineering student), writes about overcoming the problem of costly and uncomfortable prosthetics, particularly for mine victims in war-torn countries.

Fuelling the future at the world’s third largest automaker

Leighton Holyfield (CSCT) secures an internship within the research arm of General Motors, in order to get some industrial experience, shatter his second year blues and see more of the world.

Whatever happened to the soft left?

Professor Nick Pearce, Director of the Institute for Policy Research, explores Labour's soft-left tradition

Signing my life away in the name of public engagement

Marcus Johns, PhD student in CSCT, describes his experience of getting involved in a recent Stand Up Science event.

Putting culture at centre of public policy

A blog post by Stephen Muers based on his time as one of IPR's Visiting Policy Fellows

HR blog: environment, performance & enjoyment

Richard Brooks, Director of HR, considers how our work environment affects our performance and enjoyment

Message from PVC (Learning & Teaching)

Professor Peter Lambert announces the establishment of a new Centre for Learning & Teaching

Why today’s skills shortage matters

Steve Egan explains how IAAPS will offer industry-led training including new Masters & PhD programmes

CSCT students take part at Cheltenham Science Festival

Public Engagement is a vital part of the CSCT, and every year our first-year students go to one of the UKs leading Science festivals, Cheltenham Science Festival.

Next steps for the Doctoral College

A blog update on postgraduate provision by Professor Jonathan Knight, PVC (Research)

HSS student bloggers share their placement adventures

The posts paint an engaging, informative, exciting and above all, honest picture of the experiences that our students can have during their third year, in various global locations with fascinating organisations.