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Photo of the Week: Research Drove Me to Murder

Research Drove Me to Murder Our next instalment of the ‘Photo of the Week’ series features Dominika Budka’s image which represents research that looks at footprints which are left at crime scenes and… »

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Building Roman Britain: The Movie

Bournemouth University’s archaeologists have released a short video on one of their projects in which they have been working closely with partners at the famous Roman sites of The Roman… »

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Photo of the Week: The ORI Gait Lab

The ORI Gait Lab Our next instalment of the ‘Photo of the Week’ series features Shayan Bahadori’s image of the ORI Gait lab. The series is a weekly instalment which features an… »

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Energy: developing reliable renewable energy sources

As the world’s population continues to grow, so does our consumption of natural resources. Many of these resources are non-renewable, so research into renewable sources of energy is vital. Research… »

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Inaugural lecture: Performing hip replacements in space

Established in 2015, Bournemouth University’s Orthopaedic Research Institute (BUORI) is at the forefront of developing virtual reality training and robots that will allow surgeons to perform hip replacements in this… »

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CIRI organising Special Session at CIBCB 2017

The Computational Intelligence Research Initiative (CIRI) at Bournemouth University is organising a Special Session on Machine Learning in Medical Diagnosis and Prognosis at IEEE CIBCB 2017. The IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics… »

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How to stop your lunch break damaging your health

Eating out is bad for us. Studies have shown that food provided outside the home contains more calories and more fat, especially saturated fat. The trouble is, many of us… »

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