Case Studies and Events

Towards an Equitable Energy

Fairness and Flexibility: Towards an Equitable Energy Future   Loughborough London Campus, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park March 19th 2018 (10am-3:30pm).  Registration is free: here The EnTraNTS/FlexiNET conference brings together a network of stakeholders with a shared vision of exploring non-traditional energy services and innovative transactions (EnTraNTS) and their potential for improving the welfare and…

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Huw Edwards: Should the UK remain in a Customs Union?

The debate over ‘what kind of Brexit?’ seems to be reaching an important tipping point, with the Labour party now joining with pro-European Tories and the Confederation of British Industry in recommending one particular form of ‘soft Brexit’: namely, that the UK should remain in a Customs Union (or something…

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SBE wins the Enterprise Impact from Research award 2017!

At the 2017 Loughborough University Enterprise Award ceremony, held on 18th May, Prof Gilberto Montibeller and Prof Alberto Franco were announced the winners of the Impact from Research category for the work they have done on managing bio-security threats. For more info visit the Enterprise Awards website.

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Social Media Training workshop

On Wednesday, 3rd May, the [email protected] hosted a workshop on Social Media training for research impact in collaboration with the Centre for Academic Practice (CAP) and Loughborough University Research Staff Association (LURSA). The session was run by Professor Mark Reed from Newcastle University. The workshop covered: Why use social media to create…

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Enterprise awards 2017

Loughborough University’s Enterprise Awards are now open for voting. A project being conducted by the School of Business and Enterprise staff on managing bio-security threats is one of four finals. The awards will be decided by a public vote which closes on 15th May. To find out more about this project,…

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Exploration of gender bias in the theatre industry

Dan Sage (School of Business and Economics) and Catherine Rees (School of Arts, English and Drama) are conducting a major study into gender inequality within theatre. It is thought that the study is the first of its kind, looking particularly at why there is a female majority in theatre training and education…

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