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- Our strategic research clusters: introducing Fish Ecology and Conservation at Bournemouth University (FishE@BU)The Research Cluster for Fish Ecology and Conservation at Bournemouth University (FishE@BU) is being established to address a significant current... Read more »
- IMSET Seminar: How archaeologists can contribute to a Green New RevolutionBU are delighted to welcome Erika Guttman-Bond tomorrow, Thursday October 28th, at 4.30pm for a hybrid seminar, held in F306... Read more »
- Our strategic research clusters: introducing ADDISONICSummary The Faculty of Science and Technology has successfully led a joint submission with the Faculty of Media and Communication... Read more »
- Our strategic research clusters: introducing Multimodal Immersive NEuro-sensing (MINE)Our proposal titled “Multimodal Immersive NEuro-sensing (MINE) for natural neuro-behavioural measurement” is one of the three successful research concepts to... Read more »
- Academic publishing and numbersYesterday our team published new paper on academic writing, this time the focus was on the various indices in the... Read more »
- Our strategic research clusters: introducing Virtual ProductionToday’s blog post, written by Dr Richard Southern, introduces one of our new strategic research growth clusters, which is building... Read more »