Performance and Mindfulness Symposium attracts global audience

This story published on Tuesday 21 June 2016
The first issue of new Journal of Performance and Mindfulness will include articles based on proceedings of the symposium


Global launch for Huddersfield PR project

This story published on Monday 20 June 2016
Professor Anne Gregory and Dr Johanna Fawkes, of Huddersfield Business School, launched their 2- year, university research funded project at the World Public Relations Forum in Toronto at the end of May.


Composer takes prestigious George Butterworth Prize

This story published on Monday 20 June 2016
Pia Palme’s work Mordacious lips, to dust was composed as part of a Sound and Music-backed Portfolio project in association with the ensemble Exaudi


New book links missing MP to the Churchill family

This story published on Thursday 16 June 2016
Lord David Clark, now a Huddersfield Visiting Professor, launched his book, Victor Grayson: The Man and the Mystery, at a special event held in Heritage Quay


Spirituality – helping the elderly overcome life’s transitions

This story published on Friday 10 June 2016
Research argue that Spirituality can help bring balance to ageing and the dramatic changes it can bring


Heritage Quay receives Accredited Archive Service distinction

This story published on Thursday 9 June 2016
“…the distinction is awarded by the National Archives and only two per cent of archives in the country have achieved it…”


Low conviction rates in rape trials – result of bias of jurors?

This story published on Thursday 9 June 2016
Huddersfield PhD researcher to mount the most detailed rape trial simulations yet carried out in the UK


£220k research project to turn blackcurrant pomace to human food

This story published on Wednesday 8 June 2016
The pomace is a rich source of polyphenols and fibre and researchers are seeking methods of introducing it into bread, muffins, biscuits and breakfast foods


The Witch Report 1600 – Yorkshire headed the list

This story published on Tuesday 7 June 2016
“…there was a greater propensity in Yorkshire than in other regions to believe in the existence of covens of witches…”


Second international railway safety symposium resounding success

This story published on Monday 6 June 2016
Conference calls for new international organisation to promote and research the new safety management systems in railways


Hudds metrologist takes top national award

This story published on Thursday 2 June 2016
Dr Hussam Muhamedsalih has been awarded the Worshipful Company of Scientific Instrument Makers Beloe Fellowship


The artist who changed the way the West views Afghanistan

This story published on Thursday 2 June 2016
“…from thinking of war and destruction they now think of culture and history because of what my exhibition has taught them…”


Marketing students identify demand for a country park

This story published on Thursday 2 June 2016
As part of their second year module 'Market Research and Consultancy', 5 Marketing students had the worked on a live project investigating the demand for a country park in Huddersfield among students and young people.


Poacher turns gamekeeper – burglars shed secrets to criminologist

This story published on Wednesday 1 June 2016
Professor Rachel Armitage persuades Armley Prison offenders to share the tricks of their trade


Product Design students thwart the thieves

This story published on Wednesday 1 June 2016
A range of anti-crime products designed by Huddersfield students catch the eye of an expert crime prevention panel and may soon hit the high street


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