Clearer clinical messages will reduce risks for diabetics

This story published on Monday 9 May 2016
“…a medical approach very often may be ineffective unless we improve our communication style and assess patients’ readiness to take information…”

Hudds prof appointed to Royal Academy Engineering/Renishaw Chair

This story published on Thursday 5 May 2016
Professor Xiangqian (Jane) Jiang FREng will be developing precise measurement tools for new smart automated connected production lines

Research shows TV programme subtitles only offer half the story

This story published on Wednesday 4 May 2016
Nuances of the characters and their relationships are often passed over and simplified in the subtitles

Four represent Uni at major Hong Kong Electronic Arts conference

This story published on Friday 29 April 2016
Professor Monty Adkins and Anneké Pettican and PhD researchers Eva Sjuve and Jung In Jung will show their work at the ISEA International showcase

School of Applied Sciences secures Athena Swan Bronze Award

This story published on Thursday 28 April 2016
“…we are very proud that we are the first school at our University to achieve a departmental award…”

Euroscepticism and the Eurozone crisis, free public lecture 5 May

This story published on Thursday 28 April 2016
Hosted by the Institute for Research in Citizenship and Applied Human Sciences the event will also feature the launch of Dr Chris Gifford’s latest book

Age estimation forensics conference welcomes world expert

This story published on Tuesday 26 April 2016
“…there is an urgent need for a reliable method to determine the age of undocumented migrants and in the identification of terror victims in the Middle East…”

World War One to be remembered forever via new Uni website

This story published on Monday 25 April 2016
“…visitors to the website will be able to enter personal recollections or stories handed down about the experiences of forbears and relatives…”

Uni to help Iraq authorities in rebuilding the country

This story published on Friday 22 April 2016
Senior minister welcomes the support provided by the University of Huddersfield

Mergers not the answer for HEIs seeking savings

This story published on Thursday 21 April 2016
Professor Jill Johnes was invited to give her paper in Denver at the Association for Education Finance and Policy conference

The growing use of female suicide bombers comes under scrutiny

This story published on Monday 18 April 2016
“…violence by women is one of the categories of crime that has shown the sharpest rise internationally…”

£1m research centre to create new drugs for the health services

This story published on Friday 15 April 2016
Matched funding enables the University of Huddersfield to create the Centre for Biomarker Research

Collaborative research on apoE levels shed light on Parkinson’s

This story published on Friday 15 April 2016
Dr Patrick McHugh joins team working on the potential role that alpha-synuclein protein plays in Parkinson’s disease

Criminologists work to pre-empt terror attacks at transport hubs

This story published on Thursday 14 April 2016
“…procedures for security at airports is fairly universal, but there isn’t a consistent approach for land transport…”

Prof proves expert witness in Toronto anti-cancer drug trial

This story published on Wednesday 13 April 2016
Professor Roger Phillips felt the heat of the courtroom when he appeared as an expert witness in a complex dispute between rival pharmacy companies

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