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Ground-breaking computing and AI centre comes to University of Buckingham

12 April 2019

Four new courses will be launched at a pioneering Computing and Centre for AI at Buckingham thanks to a £2m donation. The University has been awarded £2m by Buckinghamshire Thames Valley Local Enterprise Partnership (BTVLEP), which will enable it to build…

Two universities on opposite sides of the world unite to announce partnership plans

11 April 2019

The Vice Chancellors of the University of Buckingham and Bond University, this week signed a Memorandum of Understanding at Bond’s Gold Coast campus, outlining plans to exchange students and work towards research collaborations and the development of join international degree.…

Year five students have helped the first cohort of medical students through their final exams

11 April 2019

Seven children from Swanbourne House School assisted with University of Buckingham’s Medical School students’ simulation-style exam. The exam took place at the University of Buckingham’s Medical Centre at Milton Keynes University Hospital on March 22. Each of the year five…

Buckingham’s School of Computing has been awarded re-accreditation by a prestigious IT body

2 April 2019

Buckingham’s School of Computing has been awarded re-accreditation by a prestigious IT body. British Computer Society (BCS), the Chartered Institute for IT, has accredited all of the University of Buckingham’s School of Computing’s undergraduate programmes for fully meeting the academic…

Britain’s leading professional historians are set to attend Buckingham’s first History Festival

28 March 2019

Taking place on April 27 and 28, the festival will be held on the picturesque grounds of the University of Buckingham and will host top speakers such as distinguished historian of Tudor England David Starkey prize-winning author and historian Jessie…

Computing Strengthening Collaborative Research and Development with TenD Innovations

28 March 2019

As a part of our research partnership with Ten-D Innovations, Dr. Alaa AlZoubi, Research Fellow of TenD Buckingham Research and Development Centre, has recently made his second research visit to Shanghai, China. The primary aim of the visit was to…

Work in progress seminar by Saif Hussein, discussing Quantification of the Epidermis Curvature

28 March 2019

Saif began his work in progress talk with us on the 22nd of March and started by discussing the automatic quantification of epidermis curvature in H&E stained microscope skin images of mice. He introduces his work by first showing us…

Buckingham Law Professor is featured in an exhibition celebrating the achievements of women in the local area

25 March 2019

Barrister, human rights lawyer, feminist legal scholar, activist and Professor of Law at the University of Buckingham Susan Edwards features in the Old Gaol Mighty Women exhibition. Her ground-breaking work in law and fight for the rights of marginalised individuals…

Work in Progress seminar by Dongxu Han, discussing Controlling Sensitivity of Gaussian Bayes Predictions based on Eigenvalue Thresholding

21 March 2019

Dongxu Han begin his seminar on Friday the 15th of March, with background information on his research which he studied during his PhD. Referring to how designing a clinical decision support system for doctors could aid patient’s health and speed…

Part-time Law programme turns 25

7 March 2019

The University of Buckingham’s LLB Law Programme is ranked in the top 20 in the Guardian University Guide 2019, welcoming many locals from Buckingham and Milton Keynes. Since 2005, 47% of their students have come from Buckingham, including its surrounding…