This site showcases the work of final year students at Bristol Universities’ Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
The Centre has an emphasis on challenge-based, collaborative learning, which allows students to draw upon their subject specialism while working in multidisciplinary teams to deliver new and innovative solutions to a real-world challenge.
We encourage group work at the Centre and our students come from a broad range of backgrounds across the arts and sciences. The outputs of our interdisciplinary approach are projects that are wide in scope and we are very proud of our 2020 graduates who managed to produce excellent work in difficult circumstances.
“I am so delighted to see this remarkable cohort of students graduate. The development of the Centre has been a long and successful journey in which these students have played a central role. The educational mission of the Centre is a game changer for the University and sets the scene for its future. Kirsten, her colleagues, and these graduates can take great pride in their achievements which far outstrip my expectations and match my highest hopes for the Centre in its formation. I am certain that this generation of graduates from the Centre will be the first of many to go on to change the world for the better – and we all surely need them to do so.”
Professor Guy Orpen, Deputy Vice-Chancellor.
- A High Tech SAAS product aimed at the creative industries that uses machine learning to speed up the production of 3D assets for games and TV production.
- A service design project that imagines how responsibility for NHS records could be put into the hands of the patient.
- An industrial design project that explores the potential of a female urinal to vastly improve the event experience.
All 2020 projects are listed on the right hand navigation.