Researchers from the University of Gloucestershire and the University of Limerick have launched the first research project to track the wellbeing of frontline key workers
The University of Gloucestershire is pleased to announce its role in securing £3.8 million from the national research funding agency, Research England.
Staff from the University of Gloucestershire have finished printing and packaging over 500 protective shields for health care workers in Gloucestershire.
Fashion Design staff and graduates from the University of Gloucestershire, have been working with bespoke shirt maker Emma Willis, to make scrubs for health care workers across the county.
The University of Gloucestershire will host a series of thought provoking free online short talks, available to everyone from the comfort of their homes.
A University of Gloucestershire study is looking at the impact of nature in people’s lives as they manage the stresses associated with the current lockdown as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
The University of Gloucestershire has donated a wide range of specialist lab equipment to help with testing capabilities during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Fashion Design graduates from the University of Gloucestershire have returned to Park Campus to support their old lectures in the production of NHS scrubs.
Product Design student Sylvia Hiam has been shortlisted for the RSA Student Design Awards in the 'Make Fashion Circular' category.
The University of Gloucestershire is part of an Institute of Coding consortium of UK higher education institutions to be awarded funding to develop a suite of postgraduate conversion courses in artificial intelligence (AI) and data science.
University of Gloucestershire Product Design staff are responding to the PPE crisis in local NHS hospitals and healthcare facilities by 3D printing the elements needed to make protective visors.
138 undergraduate students have stepped forward to support local NHS services during the Covid-19 outbreak
The University of Gloucestershire is providing accommodation in to local NHS staff who are unable to stay in their own homes during the Covid-19 pandemic.