Cyberstalking is a new phenomenon and is on the rise - Dr Emma Short is an expert on why it happens and how it can be reported and prevented.
Child sexual exploitation can be a complex crime that is devastating to those who are victims of it. A team of dedicated academics at the University of Bedfordshire are working to stop it.
We are closer than ever before to finding a cure for Parkinson’s disease thanks to the breakthrough research by Dr Bushra Ahmed in the School of Life Sciences.
The University of Bedfordshire has joined forces with European partners to help food entrepreneurs across Ireland and Europe.
Breaking the stigma around mental illness in Luton was the focus of a conference held at the University of Bedfordshire.
The University of Bedfordshire’s leading international tourism expert praised Botswana for placing conservation and sustainability at the heart of tourism in the country.
Research students from the University of Bedfordshire’s Research Graduate School presented their work at their annual winter conference.
The University of Bedfordshire has appointed a contractor to build its £40m STEM building at the Luton campus
Care for the elderly could be revolutionised through a €2.5m ground-breaking international study to build culturally aware robots.
A five-year-old boy from Bedford will be able to use a knife and fork and ride a bike thanks to a 3D printed hand under development by experts at the University of Bedfordshire.
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