INTRODUCTION Data Science Surgeries @DSI are consulting sessions open to businesses of all sizes, academic and professional staff as well as for PhD students at Bournemouth University. The sessions are an opportunity… »
Biodiversity, Environmental Change & Green Economy: Public Engagement
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On Sunday Anita Diaz and Gitte Kragh joined with Michelle Brown and Darren Cook from the National Trust (NT) to run a joint BU-NT FoL workshop on the special species… »
On the 26th November, Nerve radio hosted a new research feature on their Nerve news discussion show. Researcher Tom Cousins from Maritime Archaeology went on to tell our students about… »
A great opportunity not to be missed was the 2014 Fresher’s Fair. On the 27th September, research activities and information were available for BU students at the Talbot based Fresher’s… »
Bournemouth University took part in the ‘Science Tent’ at Bestival in early September to showcase some of the University’s fantastic research to the Festival audience. Research activities and information were… »
Dr Genoveva Esteban will be running her acclaimed ‘Microscope Madness’ event at the Time and Tide Initiative’s Science Fair in the Square as part of British Science Week on 21st… »
Sustainable development is a matter of concern for all countries across the world, but differing levels of priority and levels of resources being invested in pursuing it. Academics from all… »
Paola Palma from the Faculty of Science and Technology will be taking to the stage for the fifth Talk BU Live. Paola will be talking about ancient shipwrecks and the… »
Pupils at two local schools have been helping BU researchers come up with designs for structures to increase biodiversity on the town’s beaches. Pupils at Avonbourne College and Harewood College… »
Read a review of this fascinating Festival of Learning 2014 event.
Supply of conventional protein, such as meat and fish, is under strain as the world supports a growing population. In order to feed the world we must be open to… »
BU Festival of Learning Energy Scarcity and the Role of Renewable Technologies Date: Friday 13 June Time: 18:00-20:00 Venue: EB306 (Bournemouth University Executive Business Centre) Introduction The European initiative to… »
Josie Pegg shares her passion for parasites at next month’s Café Scientifique.
Join the debate at Bournemouth University’s Festival of Learning (9-15 June 2014)
BU’s Bio-beach project team are working with local Bournemouth schools.
Boscombe Surf Reef may seem like an unlikely place to find hundreds of forms of marine life, but BU marine biologists Dr Roger Herbert and Josie Pegg have discovered a… »
The foot is an amazing machine – just watch someone dance, jump or run. Yet despite over 100 years of research, our understanding of foot function is still limited and… »
As the UK’s Higher Education industry recruits more and more undergraduate and post-graduate students from around the world, BU’s Associate Professor Chris Shiel offers her contribution to the debate on Internationalising… »
Dr Zulfiqar Zhan of BU’s School of Design, Engineering and Computing’s Sustainable Design Research Centre, alongside Professor Mark Hadfield, presented his latest research and education activities into Renewable Energy &… »
Why do some sandcastles collapse, while others stand proud? How can you ensure that your sandcastle is the talk of the beach? More to the point why do we build… »