Technology & Design: Research News

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14:live with Dr Edward Apeh

Hello! 14:Live will be returning this Thursday 22nd of October 14:00-14:45 at Poole House Refectory, next to papa johns. This is open to all staff and students and I am… »

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Tsinghua University Collaborative Research Award

Tsinghua University has awarded CNY 150K (approx. £15.5K) to support Zulfiqar Khan collaborative research in nano coatings incorporating corrosion for a multitude of industrial applications. The award will support his visit… »

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Fly new tools for understanding human kidney physiology

The latest work from our British Heart Foundation funded fellowship has just been published. The work establishes how cells in the fruit fly called nephrocytes rely on a gene called… »

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BU research in corrosion: in the spotlight

Taylor & Francis one of the major international publishers publishes a list of top 20 most read/downloaded papers in the Journal of Adhesion Science & Technology. Three of the BU’s… »

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Digital Transformation for small owner-managed enterprises

The adoption of technology for marketing is essential for the survival of small businesses yet it continues to be an area where little is known about owner-manager practice. Research conducted by Dr Philip Alford at Bournemouth University is transforming small owner-managed enterprises into more entrepreneurial and innovative businesses, enabled by more effective adoption of technology.

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Festival of Learning 2015: The final day

The Festival of Learning 2015 finished with a bang, with a whole host of different free activities and workshops on the last day. These ranged from the chance to try… »

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The Festival of Learning: Day 5

Plenty of people were back on campus for Day 5 of the Festival of Learning – with programming and app development sessions, a media training workshop and cooking a three… »

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Festival of Learning day three: healthy living

The Festival of Learning continued to draw a crowd on Monday, as guests were treated to events from alternative sports to business support. Day three of the Festival started with… »

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Unravelling an Egyptian enigma

As much as ancient Egypt has a mysterious appeal and immediately evokes names of famous pharaohs and cities that we seem so familiar with, there are entire periods of Egyptian… »

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