About this Event
In 2018, the University received funding from Research England to support research into challenges faced by low and middle income countries. 18 out of 47 applicants received grants of up to £50,000. This is the first of a series of seminars to give investigators the opportunity to share both research findings and what they learnt about the process of doing collaborative research.
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17.20: Frank Marken, Chemistry Indirect Electrochemical Energy Harvesting From Industrial Waste
17.35: Mel Channon, Social & Policy Sciences “Girls feel heart-broken when they are asked to follow these practices. They wish that they were born a boy”: The Impact of Menstrual Taboos in Dailekh District, Nepal
17.50: Nick Priest, Biology Chagas Disease Research at Bath: the urgent need for research integrating engineering, biology and public health.
18.20: Rachel Hiller, Psychology Addressing the trauma-related psychological wellbeing of young people living in high risk communities: A pilot study of a novel school-based intervention
18.35: Timo Kivimaki, PoLIS Advising traditional community engagement for peace
19.05: Repair to the Parade Bar!