Earth Day

COVID-19 has changed our lives, from how we work to how we interact with each other and everything in between. In the midst of these uncertain times however remains annual Earth Day happening on the 22nd of April, uniting millions around the globe to inspire action against climate change and environmental damage. Earth Day 2020… Read more »

Forest Resilience SERT to Croatia

This summer I was lucky enough to take part in a one-week ‘Student Environmental Research Team [SERT] trip along with 4 other students and 2 lecturers, to Croatia. This was such an amazing opportunity not only to develop research skills but also to travel to a new country, all thanks to doing my BSc (Hons)… Read more »

Bourne to make a difference. How I co-founded the Bali Reef Conservation

This is a guest blog, by Zach Boakes studying BSc (Hons) Environmental Science. The story behind my research has a less than academic setting! In May 2016, I was in Bali as a volunteer, teaching children how to play the drums. Whilst I was there, I made friends with a local guy, Ketut, and we began snorkelling together. We started discussing… Read more »

My reflections on studying a cyberpsychology unit

Tiff Skinner Graduated July 2016 Currently employed as Project Manager & Universities Coordinator at LiMETOOLS Ltd “I was first interested in Cyberpsychology through choosing the final year unit as part of my BSc (Hons) Psychology Degree.  The psychological insights into human interactions and vulnerabilities with using digital technology day to day fascinated me with regards… Read more »

Emily and her trip to Blandford Brewery

Hi, I’m Emily, and I’m studying Biological Sciences in my second year at BU. On Wednesday 7th March, my course mates and I went on a trip to Blandford Brewery as part of our Microbiology unit. Throughout the trip, we were given a tour of the brewery, told in detail the complex process via which… Read more »