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  • Making epoxide production cheaper and more environmentally friendly

    Making epoxide production cheaper and more environmentally friendly

    Dr Misbahu Mohammed’s PhD focused on improving the epoxide production process, making it cheaper, safer, and more environmentally friendly.

  • Black British Caribbean women and educational potential - PhD

    Black British Caribbean women and educational potential - PhD

    Greta Franklin-Brown was researching her dissertation for an MA in Women's Studies and discovered that very little research had been carried out into the educational experiences of black British Caribbean girls. She decided to change that by undertaking a PhD.

  • Understanding Tate audiences - PhD

    Understanding Tate audiences - PhD

    Victoria’s PhD research explores how Tate makes sense of its audience data and how this understanding is valued and applied across the organisation.

  • Sharing knowledge between generations - PhD

    Sharing knowledge between generations - PhD

    Through her PhD research Janet Lakareber has developed a framework for preventing the loss of knowledge, including language, between generations.

  • Health benefits of green tea - PhD

    Health benefits of green tea - PhD

    Dr Azalldeen Kazal’s PhD focused on investigating the link between the health benefits of green tea and the length of time the tea is stored. The results of his work are important for both the green tea industry and individuals drinking green tea for its health properties.

  • Efficiently regulating building temperatures - PhD

    Efficiently regulating building temperatures - PhD

    Metkel's PhD research focused on improving the efficiency of a working ground source heat pump system, his findings have implications for government policy and the renewables industry

  • The migrant crisis: perspectives from LSBU

    The migrant crisis: perspectives from LSBU

    Read a variety of views on Europe's current migrant crisis, including opinions from professionals working in the field, as well as LSBU staff, students and alumni.

  • Adding value in the affordable housing sector

    Adding value in the affordable housing sector

    LSBU research investigates how to minimise building costs without compromising on quality.

  • Acoustic Research Facilities

    Acoustic Research Facilities

    Our acoustic laboratories offer an outstanding and rare learning environment. Facilities include an Anechoic Chamber and a Reverberation Chamber, which support cutting-edge research in the field of applied acoustics.

  • Robot Detectives

    Robot Detectives

    LSBU holds an international reputation as a world leader in the use of robotics in non-destructive testing and developing intelligent robotic systems. Groundbreaking projects have ranged from building wall climbing robots to robots that work under water and oil.

 
 

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