New life for second hand-clothes

This story published on Friday 8 April 2016
Huddersfield researcher champions the mass production of second-hand garments … in Tanzania


Lépidoptères takes flight with recorders and electronics

This story published on Thursday 7 April 2016
Professor Monty Adkins teams up with Montréal’s Dr Terri Hron for a cycle of five pieces reflecting families of butterflies and moths


Professor’s composition for Canadian quartet takes top award

This story published on Wednesday 6 April 2016
Professor Pierre Alexandre Tremblay’s commission by saxophone quartet Quasar wins Canada’s Jules Léger Prize for New Chamber Music


Professor of Composition’s opera premieres in Cologne – 9 April

This story published on Tuesday 5 April 2016
Liza Lim’s new work Tree of Codes was jointly commissioned by contemporary music groups, Cologne Opera and Ensemble Musikfabrik


Serving women prisoners address major Uni social work conference

This story published on Friday 1 April 2016
Women prisoners from Askham Grange open prison speak about the effects of separation from their children


Historian seeks stories of Adult Education during and after WWI

This story published on Thursday 31 March 2016
The Adult Education and the Great War in Yorkshire is keen to hear of family stories of people involved in further and higher education during the conflict and beyond


Researching the people who lived and worked on Britain’s canals

This story published on Thursday 24 March 2016
Dr Jodie Matthews looks at the lives of the Victorian communities of Britain’s waterways in her role as the first honorary research fellow for the Canal and River Trust


Secure Societies Institute launched with conference

This story published on Wednesday 23 March 2016
Keynote speakers included the Police and Crime Commissioner, the former West Yorkshire Chief Constable and the CEO of Forensic Access


First aiders in the past show possible way for future healthcare

This story published on Tuesday 22 March 2016
“…in the past, knowledge of first aid meant people were more able to manage their own accidents and illnesses and therefore less dependent on their GPs…”


Heritage Quay wins 2016 Guardian University Award

This story published on Thursday 17 March 2016
The University’s archive centre collected first prize in the Buildings that Inspire category


The social experience of breastfeeding

This story published on Thursday 17 March 2016
Dr Dawn Leeming looks at the importance of sensitive support for women who are establishing breastfeeding


Matt takes title for commitment to podiatry

This story published on Thursday 10 March 2016
Huddersfield Podiatric Surgeon Matt Rothwell wins the Celebrating Excellence Student/Trainee/Apprentice of the Year Award


Lost Loves found again

This story published on Wednesday 9 March 2016
Artist Charlotte Goldthorpe draws on the ‘lost loves’ of others for inspiration for her PhD project, culminating in a book and exhibition


€1.2m legal informatics project to simplify legal data searching

This story published on Monday 7 March 2016
Huddersfield will lead on the Reasoning element of the major EU-funded international project Mining and Reasoning with Legal Texts


Famous Univ of British Columbia Laptop Orchestra comes to town

This story published on Monday 7 March 2016
Dr Ian Gibson is working with UBC on the development of new motion and gesture tracking software that is revolutionising soundscapes with visual elements


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