Posts Tagged ‘GW4’

GW4 Consortium combines efforts in cancer research

This week CR@B welcomed colleagues from across the South West (GW4 universities) for the first GW4CANCER workshop.

GW4 funding for pilot activities in joint PGR teaching

This scheme aims to support joint teaching for PGR students in collaborative doctoral training programmes and research communities of scale. Deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 27 May 2016

University hosts first GW4 biosensor workshop

The GW4 Biosensor Network Workshop brought together academics, postdoctoral researchers and research students from Bristol, Bath, Cardiff and Exeter to disseminate their research, establish links and network.

Bath in BIS Science and Innovation Audit

We are at heart of new BIS plans to identify areas of potential global competitive advantage

Bath in new Government initiative to increase investment in world-leading research & innovation

The University of Bath is at the heart of a consortium of businesses and organisations from across South West England and South East Wales selected to take part in the first wave of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills’ (BIS) Science and Innovation Audit (SIA).

Learn about GW4 Accelerators & Initiators: 13 Apr

Hear about the experiences of GW4 awards from Johannes Zimmer, Kevin Briggs & Jeremy Dixon

New research communities & funding

GW4 has announced 12 new research communities and opened its next round of funding for future projects

Axel Goodbody to chair GW4 Arts & Humanities Group

Professor Axel Goodbody has been appointed as chair of the GW4 Arts & Humanities Group for one year from January 2016.

City Summit for GW4 & local government

Summit explores how GW4 universities offer the expertise & knowledge to underpin regional growth

£4.6m boost for future research leaders

The GW4 Alliance has received funding for a new biomedical doctoral training partnership

Vice-Chancellor is new Chair of GW4 Council

Dame Glynis said: “This is a particularly exciting time for GW4 as we work on a new research strategy"

GW4 event asks: How can we die well?

A free day-long event to explore end of life decisions to increase chances of having a good death

How can we die well?

Researchers from Bath and partner universities in the west are hosting a free day-long event designed to help people think through and plan decisions that occur at the end of life, to increase their chances of having a good death.

GW4 opens call for fund applications

The Building Communities programme is designed to build new, high quality GW4 research communities

HEA funding for collaborations in doctoral training

We have successfully bid for funding from the Higher Education Academy (HEA) Initiative

GW4 guide to research collaboration

Learn from the advice & real world stories of academics from the universities in the GW4 Alliance

NERC Science at Bath showcased at networking dinner

The University hosted a networking dinner in the Bath Spa Hotel on Thursday 9 July, for academics, students and guests from a range of organisations with interests in NERC science; one participant from the Met Office said: “It was the most productive networking event I have been to.”

Find out all the latest GW4 news

Issue 2 of the GW4 Newsletter contains info about events, funding, successes & opportunities

Research clarifies the physics of water repelling surfaces

Understanding the behaviour of water on strongly hydrophobic (water repelling) surfaces may help scientists develop new types of surfaces with applications ranging from textiles to surgical tools.

Benefiting from GW4: Tue 23 Jun

The GW4 Information Event on Tuesday 23 June from 3pm until 4.30pm in the 4 West Graduate centre will offer an insight into funding and training available within the alliance.