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PhD Studentship - A psychological evaluation of an MDT framework for sports science service delivery

In today’s climate it is widely acknowledged that Premier League football clubs are considered as being business operators who generate profit from the buying, developing and selling of players giving it a unique culture, with the opportunity for huge financial rewards (Giulianotti, 2002; Nesti 2010; Richards et al 2014; Roderick 2006). Read more

PhD Studentship - Setting the assets-based agenda: a critical realist exploration

PhD Studentship - Setting the assets-based agenda. a critical realist exploration. This is an exciting opportunity to make an important contribution to the understanding of community development. Read more

PhD Studentship - Next generation of contextually-aware and AI-powered human computer interaction technology

Due to a promising market, human computer dialog is becoming an active topic in academic and creative industry fields. Most of famous companies launched the individual products such as MS Cortana, Xiaoice, OpenAI GPT, Google chat etc. Read more

Self-funded MRes – Assessing the effects of coppice rotation and ash dieback on bird species distribution in a managed woodland

The study site is Bradfield Woods in Suffolk, eastern England. Bradfield Woods is a rare example of managed mixed species coppice, dominated by common ash (Fraxinus excelsior), hazel (Corylus avellana), birch (Betula spp.) and alder (Alnus glutinosa) which is typically cut on a rotation of 20 to 25 years. Read more

Self-funded MRes – A spectral assessment of ash dieback in a managed woodland

The study site is Bradfield Woods in Suffolk, eastern England. Bradfield Woods is a rare example of managed mixed species coppice, dominated by common ash (Fraxinus excelsior), hazel (Corylus avellana), birch (Betula spp.) and alder (Alnus glutinosa) which is typically cut on a rotation of 20 to 25 years. Read more

Self -funded MRes – What helps older people with dementia continue with their home-based Tai Chi exercise programme?

About this self-funded MRes project. Statistically analyse a dataset from a randomised controlled feasibility trial where older people with dementia and their family carers participated in a Tai Chi exercise programme. Read more

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 It's important to us that our research has an impact on the world around us and makes a real difference to society. Our work is embedded in areas such as orthopaedics to improve patient outcomes. Read more
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