Researchers from the University of Bedfordshire have conducted a study into the use of Artificial Intelligence for aiding the early detection of osteoarthritis.
Two University of Bedfordshire academics have published a book analysing the evolution of the internationally retold tale of Cinderella, and how it has been adapted to modern-day culture.
The University of Bedfordshire has produced a video to shed light on the impact its market-leading research and knowledge exchange has on student progression, the economy and wider community.
Along with Bucks New University, the University of Bedfordshire is producing a series of research-based lectures addressing the health and social care sector for Buckinghamshire Health & Social Care Academy (BHSCA).
Two University of Bedfordshire academics are hosting a virtual Author Talk and Q&A to present the research-rich content of their new book, Developing a Sense of Place.
The University of Bedfordshire’s popular Beds Talks series returns for 2021 to discuss the presence of inequality and lack of diversity in the UK’s creative industries.
A research paper written by two University of Bedfordshire lecturers has won the British Education Research Journal (BERJ) 2020 Editor’s Choice Award.
Researchers and academics at the University of Bedfordshire are hosting a series of collaborative webinars focusing on Forced Migration, with the first event taking place on Friday 18th December – International Migrants Day.
A Senior Lecturer at the University of Bedfordshire has worked alongside institutions and researchers from a number of countries to publish a paper on DNA sequences in different species of plants.
Funding from Luton Flying Start and NHS Blood & Transplant sees PhD students graduate from University
Two University of Bedfordshire PhD students graduated from the Institute for Health Research in November, paying thanks to their supervisors and the funding programmes that helped them achieve their goals.
The University of Bedfordshire’s popular Beds Talks series returns in virtual form with an event hosted by the Institute for Health Research that will focus on the role of carers in the community.
Graduates from the University of Bedfordshire have reflected on the value of having access and being able to contribute to the popular annual School of Sport & Physical Activity’s ISPAR conferences.