GW4 community leads University of Bath: Sarah Halligan University of Bristol: Dr Abigail Fraser, Professor Stan Zammit Cardiff University: Professor Stephanie Van Goozen University of Exeter: Dr Anke Karl
The GW4 group includes researchers from different disciplines and methodologies, but each with an interest in trauma related adverse outcomes. Exploration of the synergy in terms of unifying underlying processes, including through engagement of a broader set of GW4 academics, is a major goal of the proposed collaboration.
GW4 Community Leads University of Bath: Tina Skinner University of Bristol: Marianne Hester Cardiff University: Amanda Robinson University of Exeter: Anthony Musson
Project outcomes This project has established a GW4 Gender Based Violence Network involving 30 members cross the disciplines of Social Policy, Social Medicine, Law, Geography, Social Work and Criminology. There is potential to lead to new areas of funded research and South-West Doctoral Training Centre (SWDTC) collaboration. Three key areas of interdisciplinary collaborative research across the GW4 GBV Network were developed.
This project has been awarded Accelerator funding for the ‘Unlocking the Science for an Autonomous Structural Health Monitoring System‘ community.
GW4 Community Leads University of Bath: Alicia King University of Bristol: Stephen Hallett Cardiff University: Carol Featherston University of Exeter: Meiling Zhu
The aim of this research is to advance the state of the art in damage detection in metallic and composite structures by enabling a modular system approach utilising energy harvesting and wireless communication for industrial applications.
This project has been awarded Accelerator funding for the ‘AVaRICE: Algal Valorisation & Remediation of metal Ion Contaminated Effluents‘ community.
GW4 Community Leads University of Bath: Christopher Chuck University of Bristol: Tom Scott Cardiff University: Devin Sapsford University of Exeter: Chris Bryan Plymouth Marine Laboratory: Mike Allen
The overarching aim of this research strategy is to develop an algal-based system for combined remediation and valorisation of acid mine drainage (AMD) and potentially other metalliferous effluents.