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Former student retraces the steps of Arctic Exploration 80 years ago

1 June 2015

A former BBE student has retraced the steps of his great uncle, an explorer who led a pioneering British Arctic Expedition 80 years ago. Alec Greenwell, and his friend Ed Cooper, paid tribute to geographer and ornithologist David Haig-Thomas, who…

University of Buckingham’s Psychology Department in UK top ten

26 May 2015

The University of Buckingham Psychology Department has ranked in the top ten in the UK for the first time ever. The Guardian League Table previously ranked it 16th, then 14th and now this year seventh, in spite of being one…

In the news – 26 May 2015

26 May 2015

Public transport zeppelins, Kinder Surprise eggs, ‘cosmopolitan’ people and all the makings of a plush holiday resort: Just some of the ludicrous promises made by British jihadi promoting life under ISIS – Anthony Glees quoted.  The Daily Mail,  20 May.  …

Former student volunteers to give medical help in Nepal

26 May 2015

A former student is going to Nepal to help give medical aid to the survivors of the devastating earthquakes. Former BBE student Samuel Barrett, who is a paramedic, is going out to the disaster-hit region. He will be travelling out…

In the news – 19 May 2015

19 May 2015

Is ISIS about to send women to die on suicide missions? Chilling fanatic wedding certificate states jihadi brides can carry out bombings without husband’s permission – Anthony Glees quoted in the Daily Mail, 13 May. The emergence of an ISIS…

BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium 2015: Applied Computing student wins prestigious poster competition

13 May 2015

A University of Buckingham MSc student has won a prestigious academic poster competition with a design reflecting a pioneering interactive project aimed at teaching students about the anatomy of the human body. Dhiya Al-Saqri won the Best MSc Poster at…

In the news – 12 May 2015

12 May 2015

British former IT worker, 22, with no military training is shot during gun battle with ISIS in Syria, as family urge him to come home – Anthony Glees quoted (Daily Mail, 12 May).   A 22-year-old former IT worker has been…

Law School Newsletter – Issue 1, 2015

11 May 2015

The latest issue of the Law-Newsletter-2015-1 is now available online.

Solved: The Mystery of Edwin Drood

11 May 2015

The University of Buckingham has helped to solve The Mystery of Edwin Drood by inviting the public to come up with an ending to Dickens’ unfinished work. The writer died before finishing the story and for years experts and enthusiasts…

Publication of the week: Jae Sundaram

11 May 2015

Sundaram, J., “Analysis of TRIPS Agreement and the justification of international IP rights protection in the WTO’s multilateral trading system, with particular reference to pharmaceutical patents”,  Information & Communications Technology Law 24.2 (2015), 121-163. DOI: 10.1080/13600834.2015.1004244 The entry of the…