The new edition of the Bournemouth Research Chronicle (BRC) is now available. This year’s edition acts as a celebration of the outstanding research BU academics have carried out over the last 25 years and the difference it has made to life beyond our campus.
Inside this edition you can read about the work of BU’s researchers and the influence their work has had.
Academics in the Faculty of Science and Technology have been working alongside industry partners and charities to protect native species of fish in India.
In the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences, academics have been influencing decades of midwifery teaching, as well as underpinning World Health Organisation (WHO) guidance through the use of research into post-natal ‘blood’ loss.
Meanwhile, in the Faculty of Media and Communications, our researchers have been looking into the development of social media and how it has changed the nature of debate, linking it to the exploration of political communication.
And finally, in the Faculty of Management, staff are working with governments all over the world, preparing them for how to respond to disaster situations.
This is only a small sample of the exciting research that has taken place in the last 25 years at BU. The BRC illustrates just how BU academics are collaborating and working across a range of subject areas to produce research that will influence the world beyond just the campus.
You can read all of the articles online or pick up a copy in Poole House and Studland House receptions.