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Bournemouth University host girls’ football festival at Vitality Stadium
Bournemouth University hosted a football festival for local girls’ football teams at AFC Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium.
Wirelessly-powered ‘smart bandage’ could provide drug-free wound care
A new generation of wirelessly-powered, environmentally-friendly ‘smart bandages’ could help patients with non-healing wounds avoid infections, scientists say.
Why does the UK attract so many international students?
The UK has some of the world's most famous universities, such as Oxford, Cambridge, and Imperial College London, which are renowned for their high-quality education and rigorous academic requirements.
Professor honoured for French arts and culture research
A Leeds academic has been honoured by the French government for her contribution to research in French arts and culture.
What’s behind burnout and exhaustion in nursing staff?
A research survey of almost nine-hundred nursing staff has found that long hours combined with poor staffing and little choice in working patterns is likely to be behind nurses burning out and becoming exhausted at work.
New University of Exeter exhibition tells the fascinating story of Sindbād...
A new University of Exeter exhibition about The One Thousand and One Nights shows the origins and history behind the incredible tales.
New MRI scanning technology to improve clinical accessibility and advance lung...
Revolutionary MRI scans which will improve the diagnosis of lung diseases will benefit from part of a £149 million investment to bring UK business and academics together to accelerate cutting edge research.
Research ‘solves’ mystery of Jupiter’s stunning colour changes
Academics at the University of Leeds believe they could have found the answer to a long-running mystery behind Jupiter’s famous “stripes”.
Brain imaging is on the move with wearable scanning development
New research has demonstrated, for the first time, that a wearable brain scanner can measure brain function whilst people are standing and walking around.
Lancaster academic to help highlight hidden rights for nature around the...
A Lancaster University academic is helping to highlight ‘hidden’ legal rights that could prove critical to protecting nature around the world.