A professor at the University of Bedfordshire has helped to facilitate a new community partnership between environmental organisations EcoSikhs and Forestry England.
Following an eight year review, the University of Bedfordshire has retained the HR Excellence in Research Award for its commitment to the long-term career development of researchers.
A University of Bedfordshire academic has been awarded a grant of £250,000 to investigate effective English communication in Higher Education.
Researchers find English care system needs to get better at providing safe accommodation and support for care leavers into adulthood
In the first large-scale statistical analysis of young peoples’ exit from the care system (either residential or foster care) at age 16 and over in England, researchers from the University of Bedfordshire found wide variations in pathways and outcomes for young adults leaving care and that more needs to be done to maximise their life chances.
Research by the University of Bedfordshire has been recognised as world leading by the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021.
Research carried out by the University of Bedfordshire into English language proficiency and improving methodologies for its assessment has been recognised by the Research Excellence Framework as world leading, the highest rating possible.
A new environmental research study being conducted by academics from the University of Bedfordshire, focussing on access to green spaces, has been highlighted in Made At Uni’s latest campaign, ‘Climate Action’.
A team of nutritional scientists, led by a visiting Professor from the University of Bedfordshire, has developed a capsule-form treatment which enhances the recovery of patients experiencing ‘long Covid’.
A PhD student who is researching entrepreneurial finance is set to represent the University of Bedfordshire at an upcoming webinar themed around the future of the Oxford-Cambridge Arc.
The University of Bedfordshire is set to host a performance by the Philharmonia Orchestra based around their Hear & Now project – an award-winning intergenerational community project which has been running for more than ten years.
A team of public health and maternity care academics from the University of Bedfordshire have collaborated with the Luton Roma Trust in an effort to increase uptake of antenatal care by Roma women in Luton.
In partnership with HSBC UK, two winning University of Bedfordshire students are taking part in a development programme for aspiring entrepreneurs from under-represented backgrounds.