GW4 Newsletter September 2019September 30, 2019
As we embark on a new academic year, it is a fantastic opportunity to reflect on the successes of the past year and look forward to the exciting plans for the year ahead. Our 18-19 highlight reel once again shows the enormous impact we have on collaborative endeavours across the partnership, from launching GW4 supercomputer Isambard to the GW4 Water Security Alliance and hosting our first climate workshop. It is important to recognise the significant contributions of staff and post graduate students across the four universities in coming together to deliver such exciting programmes of work.
Looking forward, I want to draw your attention to this year’s Crucible programme which will have the theme of interdisciplinary approaches to tackling antimicrobial resistance (AMR). If you are a GW4 researcher on cusp of independence with an interest in AMR, we encourage you to join us for this stimulating programme designed to foster interdisciplinary leaders of the future.
Next month GW4 officially celebrates its 5-year anniversary, following the GW4 launch event at the House of Commons in October 2014. We will be hosting an event in London to showcase our considerable collaborative achievements to date and share our exciting plans for the future. We look forward to celebrating with our partners and hope everyone will join in the celebrations on twitter #5yearsofGW4