This week Research.com, a leading academic platform for researchers, finished releasing the 2023 rankings of best scientists and universities in the world across all major scientific disciplines. Click here for a quick summary of how Bournemouth University stood in these rankings.
Congratulations go to 13 BU scholars who are listed in this world ranking! Top of the list is Professor Dimitrios Buhalis!
The single largest group of six BU academics belonged to ‘Ecology & Evolution’, two scholars are based in ‘Environmental Science’ and one each fit into six other individual scientific disciplines.
The second largest natural harbour in the world, Poole plays host to a fascinating array of wildlife.
Join the next event in our online public lecture series to find out more about the creatures that call Poole Harbour home and how BU research is helping to protect and preserve their environment.
The secret life of Poole Harbour will take place on Tuesday 26 April and run from 7pm – 8.30pm.
Professor in Marine and Coastal Ecology Roger Herbert will talk about using artificial reefs and rockpools to provide habitats for marine life and Professor of Conservation Ecology Richard Stillman will discuss his work balancing coastal bird conservation with human development.
There will also be the opportunity for discussion and questions.
This is the third event in our online public lecture series, which is showcasing BU research and expertise as part of the #ourBUstory campaign. Future events will explore topics including the lessons we can learn from the past in responding to crisis, listening to seldom heard voices, and supporting the regional economy.
To find out more and book, visit: www.bournemouth.ac.uk/public-lecture-series