Posts Tagged: “BRC2015”

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Bournemouth Research Chronicle 2015

The fourth edition of the Bournemouth Research Chronicle (BRC) is now published. 2014 was an exciting year for research at Bournemouth University (BU), as our outstanding Research Excellence Framework (REF)… »

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The Occupy movement: a history of protests

Despite recent media attention on worldwide uprisings and protests, such as the Arab uprisings and the Occupy movement, the phenomenon of protest camps is not new. Throughout human history and… »

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The genetics of psychiatric disorders

While it has long been recognised that genetics – alongside environmental factors – play a role in developing psychiatric disorders, the function of individual genes is still largely unknown. But… »

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The need for online revolution in the tourism industry

The internet, and smart technology, have revolutionised the way consumers shop and interact with service providers. From online shopping to keeping up with the latest news, a range of industries… »

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Welcome to the Bournemouth Research Chronicle

2014 was a significant year in the development of research at Bournemouth University (BU). With the recruitment of over 50 new academics and a substantial growth in grants income, research… »

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Improving nutrition in cancer survivors

Stories involving cancer and its devastating consequences are a frequent occurrence in the news. We are constantly being told which foods may cause cancer, and which may prevent it, but… »

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Standing up for banking for the public good

The UK banking system has had a lot of press recently, mostly for negative reasons as bankers’ bonuses, foreign exchange rate fixing and a rise in interest rates have grabbed… »

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