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Research impact expo goes live: University of Bristol

HEIF Impact Expo: University of BristolFrom easy-clean chewing gum to new cleft palate techniques – and from happier hens to campaigns tackling teen relationship violence…

A new, permanent exhibition in Bristol University’s Senate House reception area brings some 14 research projects to life covering all faculties – exploring their impact on healthcare, society, culture, the environment and business developments across the world.

Working closely with senior university researchers and drawing on diverse sources, Tim Trout Copywriting condensed the background and impact for a total of 20 projects into expo-friendly, 100-word descriptions – also writing the headlines.

Peloton Design then worked their magic with stills, video, audio and artefacts, using a flexible, modular system that can also be used for touring displays.

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August 2: projects update

Loads going on at the mo, what with websites for apps, video scripts, more University of Bristol projects including faculty brochures – plus copywriting training courses now booking into September, including one for the UK’s biggest name in outsourcing.

All good. And now here comes the sun…

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RED Annual Review for University of Bristol now published

Annual review 2011 for University of Bristol Research & Development Division The University of Bristol has recently published its latest Research & Enterprise Development (RED) division annual review – written by me in autumn 2011.

The project involved agreeing the structure of the 22-page document with the commissioning team, arranging and carrying out face-to-face interviews for the profile pieces, as well as editing content from a variety of other sources

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