At Bournemouth University a team of researchers are working on a number of projects around responsible gambling. Their aim is to understand the extent of the problems caused by excessive online gambling but most importantly we are making an impact by driving policy and industry practice changes.
The first HMS Invincible, captured from the French in 1747 and sunk off the coast of the Solent in 1758, has been excavated by archaeologists and divers from BU and the Marine Archaeology Sea Trust (MAST).
Landscapes on the Cusp of the Real & the Fantastic is a multi-shot, blended photography exhibition that allows for the capture of greater detail in a single photograph to enhance the image and show detail beyond what the naked eye alone can perceive.
As part of a Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) project, researchers and students from Bournemouth University and the University of Syiah Kuala (Banda Aceh, Indonesia) have been studying the many facets of human-wildlife conflict in northern Indonesia (Aceh and North Sumatra) with the aim of identifying potential solutions.