The University of Bedfordshire’s Business School is leading European efforts to tackle food waste by gaining funding for an innovative new project that uses technology to improve food supply chains.
A £180m redevelopment of the University of Bedfordshire campuses took a giant step forward when the University was handed the ‘keys’ to its new Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) by construction company R G Carter (26 June).
The University of Bedfordshire’s library has received an award of excellence for its environmental performance.
Vulnerability to human trafficking and modern slavery is influenced by overlapping and interconnected risk factors which cut across individual, household, family, community and structural dynamics according to a new study.
Research shows that UK academics who work while sick suffer higher levels of emotional exhaustion and lower job satisfaction.
With the start of a new year, becoming healthier and more active is a priority for many.
The University of Bedfordshire has joined forces with European partners to help food entrepreneurs across Ireland and Europe.