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.
The University of Bedfordshire officially opened its spectacular new £40m STEM building at its Luton campus on Tuesday 17 September.
The University of Bedfordshire has turned up the heat within its environmental chamber to help an athlete prepare for a gruelling 153 mile race in Greece’s unforgiving temperatures.
Researchers from the University of Bedfordshire have worked with Universities UK (UUK) to develop new guidance aimed at helping universities prevent and respond to all forms of online harassment.
An AI powered English learning mobile app is improving understanding of the English language, according to a study by the University of Bedfordshire’s Centre for Research in English Language Learning and Assessment (CRELLA), and the British Council.
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.