University of Nottingham Students Present at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research

In April 2014 the University of Nottingham hosted the British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR). The conference meets annually every Spring in a different British university and  promotes undergraduate research in all disciplines. Undergraduates of all levels are invited to submit papers, posters, workshops and performances to the conference, their abstracts are peer-reviewed and those accepted are invited to attend the conference.

This year we were pleased to have five UoN_School of Health Sciences Physiotherapy students present at BCUR14 and we would like to congratulate them:

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It was an amazing event, showcasing the diversity of undergraduate research and UoN Lecturer in Physiotherapy (Alan Taylor) commented “I personally witnessed some brilliant presentations and learnt a great deal.  Our students were a credit to the Division, School and University and deserve a huge pat on the back for going the extra mile, to present at a conference during their dissertation preparation.  Seems they all had a brilliant time doing so too!”

BCUR2015 is to be held at Winchester and 2015 graduates are encouraged to emulate their success!

Check out the conference website

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