Many working women today are continuing to face prejudice and insecurities around their menopause. University of Bristol School of Management’s Dr Vanessa Beck, along with colleagues at The Open University and De Montfort University, conducted research on the taboo surrounding menopause at work.
Blood transfusions continue to play an important role in health care. The COVID-19 pandemic and government responses have severely impacted the timely provision of blood products, which could put patients at risk.
These were some of George Floyd’s final words. They will no doubt resonate in the minds of many people – a dying man calling for his mother, whilst in police custody. Civil action and mass protests are accelerating around the US and other parts of the world in solidarity for George’s family and anti-racism.
The NHS COVID-19 app has brought issues of security and privacy in technology adoption to the fore. In this blog, Dr Emma Williams and Dr Emma Slade discuss their current research project exploring consumer adoption of smart home technology and ask… How smart a user are you of smart devices?
News of natural disasters, the activism of Greta Thunberg and the UK government’s commitment to reduce carbon to net zero by 2020 have brought sustainability to the forefront of public attention, but how can businesses play their part? (more…)
Cooling for Life explores Solar-driven cold stores for Rwandan farmers to minimise post-harvest losses. The aim of the project is to contribute to achieving sustainable development through climate solutions in sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries, starting with Rwanda.