US Vice-President Elect, Kamala Harris, has inspired a research team led by Professor Gurch Randhawa from University of Bedfordshire and Dr Rajinder Pal Singh to promote an innovative beard covering technique, called ‘Singh Thattha’, which enables bearded individuals to wear a respirator mask without the need for shaving.
A successful application by a local company, Life Science Group Ltd (LSG), together with the University of Bedfordshire has resulted in £50,000 of funding from Innovate UK to complete a research project to improve Covid-19 testing.
Academic to lead British Psychological Society’s COVID-19 Behavioural Science & Disease Prevention taskforce
A Health Psychologist from the University of Bedfordshire, Dr Angel Chater, has been appointed to lead the Behavioural Science & Disease Prevention (BSDP) taskforce, to help provide guidance for policy-makers around the world.
Research conducted by the University of Bedfordshire estimates that children in the care system are seven times more likely to be subject to imprisonment during childhood than those who are not in care, and learn to adopt a ‘survivor mentality’.
University of Bedfordshire researcher, Dr Banita Lal, explains how technology and mobile phones ‘provide promise and opportunity’ for colleagues to stay connected and motivated during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Vulnerable migrant children who have been separated from their parents will get quicker and simpler access to legal aid, after new government legislation came into force.
Dr Imogen Aujla, Senior Lecturer in Dance and Dance Science at the University of Bedfordshire, has been shortlisted for One Dance UK's Dance Science award.
The University of Bedfordshire and TWI Ltd have formed a partnership to establish the Renewables Innovation Centre, a world class hub for engineering that focuses on renewable energy systems.
Researchers from the University of Bedfordshire are looking for people over the age of 50 from the Bedfordshire area who are experiencing problems with their drinking but haven’t sought help because of the stigma around alcohol problems.
Bedfordshire Professor & Al-Mahdi Institute to host World’s Inaugural Islam & Organ Donation Workshop
University of Bedfordshire's Professor of Diversity will join some of the world’s leading Islamic scholars and policymakers in Birmingham to attend the world’s inaugural Islam & Organ Donation Workshop.
Psychologists have expertise to understand the causes of obesity and should be central to help the prevention and treatment of the condition, according to a leading Health Psychologist from the University of Bedfordshire.
Researches from the University of Bedfordshire are supporting a four-year project investigating how innovation could help improve social care systems and practices for young people at complex safeguarding risk.