An evening of networking, talks from industry professionals and recognition of local Life Science innovation
Join us at the M Shed for this relaxed evening of networking, street food, music and access to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, as we celebrate the Medilink South West awards.
In 2023 we will recognize the achievements of the HealthTech sector across the South West and showcases the very best of collaboration between industry, academia and the NHS. This event is being held in by Medilink South West and the Health Tech Hub
Game Jams are a great way to get to grips with game creation tools, network with new people, and try something brave. There is no pressure – simply create something new, be collaborative, have fun, and eat pizza. To celebrate the new College of Arts, Technology and Environment (CATE) – we’re putting on an extra special GGJ where all CATE students are invited to join in, meet students from across the College and create a new game in just 48 hours. So if you are a coding wizard, animation guru, art/illustration wonder, music/audio wrangler, 3D modelling legend, or just interested in what goes into making a game – we want you.
It’s Christmas and there’s not a lot of tech events going on so we’ll just say have a lovely break to all of you, eat lots and enjoy a Christmas with your friends and family in the real world. Rest assured we will be back to let you know what’s happening, but for now we’re signing off for this year!
As some of you may remember, we ran an event with UWE earlier this year at the Watershed based on demystifying the data side of the tech industry as well as a careers fair for local companies. There was video captured, which was sponsored by UWE in order to promote their Masters Data Science programme, so if you are interested in Data Science this may be an option for you.
UWE Bristol has been offering organisations in the community, voluntary and social enterprise sectors the opportunity to receive free consultancy on information management, business planning/strategy, training, IT, systems analysis, web sites, social media, or other ICT-related matters, in exchange for hosting a final year UG student project team from UWE Bristol. During the past years, our 100+ successful past projects have provided clients with advice, strategies and artifacts. The projects begin around the end of October 2022 and run until March 2023.
The teams are composed of final year BSc(Hons)IT Management for Business and BSc(Hons)Software Engineering for Business students, who take part in this Community Action and Knowledge Exchange (CAKE) module with the aim of making a difference in community settings whilst enhancing their knowledge and skills through meaningful, relevant community action.