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7 ways universities are supporting and improving mental health
Helping and supporting the NHS
Supporting those with dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
Welsh University Stories
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Using the arts to improve health and wellbeing
East of England
Yorkshire and the Humber
A tablet to treat babies with diabetes
Professor Andrew Hattersley’s research into the causes, diagnosis and treatment of diabetes has improved t…
Care robots for older people
Computer technologists at the University of Gloucestershire are working with Service Robotics Ltd to develop…
Cooling therapy for newborn babies
Around one in 1,000 babies born at full term in the UK suffer brain injury as a result of being severely dep…
Cutting the rate of cot death
Research at University of Bristol has changed parenting advice across the world.
Cutting the rate of malnutrition in Dorset
Malnutrition affects around 3 million people in the UK and the condition poses significant threats to the na…
Improving body image in young people
Negative body image is a significant global health issue, with 50 to 70 per cent of children in the develope…
Improving the provision of care for older people
The ageing population and ever-increasing pressures on health and social care funding mean there is an urgen…
Making rugby safer
Over 9 million rugby players around the world are safer thanks to research from the University of Bath.
Postgraduate business development programme
Falmouth University is supporting business development through their incubation and acceleration programme.
Programme to help children who struggle in school
The Attachment Aware Schools programme is helping struggling schoolchildren.
Reducing marine plastic litter
The university's International Marine Litter Research Unit is tackling the problem of marine plastic litter.
Research into disease risk in pets’ water bowls
Researchers at Hartpury have discovered that life-threatening bacteria thrives in pets’ water bowls
Research into spiders
Researchers identified when and where spiders are most likely to be hiding indoors - so you can be prepared.
Revolutionising the treatment of hip arthritis
The Orthopaedic Research Institute has improved the quality of healthcare in Dorset and beyond.
Smart devices to support older people
15 million people in the UK are living with a long-term health condition, according to government figures. O…
Support in the workplace for people with autism
People with autism still face considerable challenges in education and in the workplace, despite growing awa…
The Exeter Hip
Hip replacement operations have been revolutionised with a new kind of implant - the Exeter hip.
Turning urine into electricity
The PEE POWER® system is turning urine into electricity, with a huge positive global impact.
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