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Kelvin Trevett, Access Dorset citizen journalist

BU Citizen Journalism Project Featured on BBC

Pioneering citizen journalism project, ADTV, involving The Media School’s Einar Thorsen, Dan Jackson and Ann Luce has recently been featured on BBC radio and BBC’s The Politics Show, for a… »

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Dr Sarah Bate

Prosopagnosia formally recognised on NHS Choices

Following work with Dr Sarah Bate from BU’s Centre for Face Processing Disorders, NHS Choices have formally recognised prosopagnosia (face blindness) as a condition. The ‘Introduction to Prosopagnosia’ can be… »

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Face blindness roundtable event at House of Commons

A roundtable event at the House of Commons has called for greater public and professional awareness of the condition prosopagnosia, also known as face blindness. The event was hosted by… »

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Bio-Beach

Stemming the tide of biodiversity loss in the marine environment

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Learning the Italian way

  Last week we were on a study visit to Italy and were lucky enough to visit and meet Italian colleagues from four regions who are doing some pretty innovative… »

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World Social Work Day research seminar

Ravages to social welfare, the social protection floor and social work have been rife throughout many countries following the 2007 fiscal crisis and often responded to by the world’s neoliberal… »

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Service improvement in health and social work

Researchers at BU’s National Centre for Post Qualifying Social Work (NPQSW) are sharing their successful service improvement programme with important health organisations. Dr Steve Keen from the Centre said: “improving… »

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Shared Care KTP

Knowledge Transfer Partnership, or KTP, is a graduate scheme funded by the Technology Strategy Board (TSB), allowing graduates to gain employment as ‘project managers’ of an applied research or consultation… »

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Enhancement of ‘Upstream’ Software Development Methods

BU’s software engineering research has focused on the improvement of software development methods with a particular emphasis on the ‘upstream’ or requirements phases. The benefits include improved development processes as… »

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