They include experts from the university’s world-renowned Cabot Institute for the Environment, who will participate in the summit, which is being hosted for the first time in the UK in Glasgow from 31 October until 12 November.
The campaign, which launches today, is asking men who are concerned that they are, or have been, abusive in their relationships with women to take part in a 23-week group programme, called REPROVIDE (@ReprovideUOB), to help them change their behaviour. (@Official_BRFC, @NewportCounty)
The QUEST (@qtecbristol) programme will support the rapid generation of new quantum, engineering and scientific technology companies.
The University of Bristol has a strong track record in contributing to the development of the UK quantum industry with a third of all UK quantum start-ups originating out of the University. Since 2016, QTEC has supported the creation of 28 active companies with a combined valuation of over £120 million. These companies have raised over £57 million and created over 175 new highly skilled jobs within the UK.
With a programme of 30 FREE events, the ‘virtual festival of love and loss’, a collaborative event led by the University of Bristol and supported by charity partner Marie Curie, will explore the universal human experience of grief through panel discussions, conversations and workshops. The festival that started only one year ago has already attracted over 20,000 people to its events.
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