Research News

UK employers need to do more to encourage staff to switch off at home

Mon 09 January, 2017

A psychologist from the University of Bedfordshire told a national conference that UK businesses need to do more to encourage employees to switch off outside working hours.

Study to reduce risk of heart disease in those with spinal cord injuries

Tue 06 December, 2016

A study into how sitting down and being inactive all day could increase the risk of heart disease in people with spinal cord injuries has been launched at the University of Bedfordshire

Bedfordshire education experts explore quality in new book

Tue 27 September, 2016

Education experts from the University of Bedfordshire have come together to explore ideas around quality in Early Years education in a new book.

University announces plans for new STEM building

Fri 15 July, 2016

The University of Bedfordshire has announced its plans to build a new £40m building devoted to teaching and research in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects at its Luton campus.

Cyber Hub and University at the forefront of cyberharassment investigation

Wed 13 July, 2016

Bedfordshire Police and the University of Bedfordshire are launching a two-year collaborative project which aims to transform the investigation of cyberharassment and stalking.

Helping children to a healthy future

Thu 23 June, 2016

University of Bedfordshire Vice Chancellor Bill Rammell welcomed an audience of national and local representatives to the Flying Start Conference 2016 in Luton.

University launches unique healthcare app

Tue 07 June, 2016

University of Bedfordshire computing expert Professor Feng Dong has played a key role in a European project to build a unique healthcare phone app.

New book on public health intelligence

Fri 27 May, 2016

University of Bedfordshire senior lecturer Krishna Regmi struggled to find a relevant textbook for the course he was teaching so he wrote his own.

WHO looks to English strategy to lower global teenage pregnancy rates

Tue 24 May, 2016

Alison Hadley OBE, the University of Bedfordshire academic who helped to bring about record lows in teenage pregnancies in England, has been called on by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to share the key successes of the strategy, so that other countries can learn from England’s approach.

University to launch Mental Health Academy

Tue 26 April, 2016

An innovative new partnership is being launched by the University of Bedfordshire and the East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT).

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