Leisure, Recreation & Tourism: Research News

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What is FoMO and how do you deal with it?

Students and staff attended 14:Live in the Student Centre, on Tuesday afternoon to hear from Dr Miguel Moital about FoMO. FoMO is a fairly new area of research which looks… »

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Busting three myths around elite sports performance

Creating high performance sportspeople is something like alchemy, and comes with the same baggage of half-thoughts, assumptions and quasi-quackery. But the research has moved on, and we can put to… »

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Research photography competition: voting now open

‘Can you convey the impact of your research in a single image?’  That’s the challenge we set BU academics and students this year. The overwhelming response saw researchers from across the university getting… »

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Innovation in sport: breaking through the white-water

Kayaking originated as a method of hunting on rough seas for Arctic Inuit tribes. It was later popularised in the UK by Scottish sportsman John MacGregor, known as Rob Roy,… »

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BRC 2017: News in brief

New inaugural lecture series launches at Bournemouth University Bournemouth University’s new inaugural lecture series provides an opportunity for newly appointed Professors to share their research and insights into their career… »

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Welcome to the Bournemouth Research Chronicle 2017

Complex global challenges are a defining feature of today’s world. Universities can play a key role in addressing these challenges and shaping a future for generations to come that we… »

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New BU research magazine published

The latest edition of the Bournemouth Research Chronicle (BRC) is now available.  The magazine shares just a small selection of the research taking place at BU, from working with local… »

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Research funding successes

Recent research funding successes include Dr Michael O’Regan who secured £5,000 through Santander Staff Mobility Fund to travel to China to investigate ‘What demotivates Chinese Students attending UK Universities: The… »

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InterAmerican Development Bank

Professor Adam Blake was invited to review the InterAmerican Development Bank’s Tourism Sector Framework Document at a workshop in Washington D.C. on Tuesday 24th January 2017. In addition to IDB staff,… »

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