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- Angling for sustainable biodiversity in EuropeI was invited to be a panel member and speaker on a forum on the role of recreational angling in... Read more »
- Cafe Scientifique rearranged from 6th to 13th December – Understanding emotional wellbeingDue to unforeseen circumstances, we will not be holding ‘Café Scientifique – understanding emotional wellbeing’ next Tuesday 6 December. Instead,... Read more »
- New paper FHSS Visiting FacultyThe latest issue of the journal Performing Ethos: An International Journal of Ethics in Theatre & Performance includes the paper ‘The... Read more »
- Congratulations to Dr. Daisy WigginsCongratulations to Midwifery Lecturer Daisy Wiggins on the publication of her paper ‘Could a decision support tool be the key... Read more »
- Research Professional – all you need to knowEvery BU academic has a Research Professional account which delivers weekly emails detailing funding opportunities in their broad subject area. To really... Read more »
- Congratulations to BU PhD student Yagya AdhikariCongratulations to Yagya Adhikari, PhD student in the Faculty of Health & Social Sciences, who had his protocol for a... Read more »