Hellfire sermons! The power behind the pulpit in the Pennines

This story published on Friday 4 March 2016
Salvation or damnation? Historian explores 400-year-old documents, records and sermons to find the preaching power of the Pennine chapels in the late Elizabethan and early Stuart periods


Pattern Cutting conference attracts 150 delegates

This story published on Wednesday 2 March 2016
Third conference definitely on the cards, say organisers


Bahrain MBA graduates promoted to senior posts at aluminium giant

This story published on Wednesday 2 March 2016
The University of Huddersfield is the sole European university to work with Alba, the world’s largest aluminium company


PhD on the ‘pros and cons’ of trading in Africa’s largest economy

This story published on Tuesday 1 March 2016
Nigerian James Mshelia looks at the risks and incentives for multi-nationals of trading with his home countryjavascript:;


“We undermine the Human Rights Act at our peril!”

This story published on Tuesday 1 March 2016
Barrister Angela Patrick is Director of Human Rights at JUSTICE rails at the Government’s plans to scrap the 1998 Human Rights Act


Prince of Wales presents Queen’s Anniversary Prize

This story published on Thursday 25 February 2016
The University receives the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for “world-leading work to promote, produce and present contemporary music to an international audience”


Are buildings fit-for-purpose? Social science meets construction

This story published on Wednesday 24 February 2016
A two-day international workshop looks at how the ‘human factor’ is the essential balance to Building Information Modelling and Lean Construction


Kirklees food strategy praised in Uni report

This story published on Wednesday 17 February 2016
The Kirklees food hub would improve the district’s health and wellbeing and boost the local economy, according to Dr John Lever’s report


Researchers harness the reducing potential of renewable sugars

This story published on Tuesday 16 February 2016
Dr Jason Camp’s work on sugar-powered catalysis “opens up exciting opportunities”


China’s East-West divide shows way for UK’s North-South split

This story published on Monday 15 February 2016
Lessons to be learnt from China could pave the way for the UK’s ‘Northern Powerhouse’


Brazil’s urban design evaluation features at inaugural conference

This story published on Monday 15 February 2016
Huddersfield’s Dr Ioanni Delsante’s research with Porto Alegre’s Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul features at the multi-disciplinary Regional Urbanism in the Era of Globalisation conference


£370,000 invested in new multi-disciplinary crime research centre

This story published on Friday 12 February 2016
The new Secure Societies Institute will work in fields including forensic science, terrorism, cyber security, child sexual exploitation and ballistics


EU praise for Uni’s 20-year Ethiopian Forest Management project

This story published on Wednesday 10 February 2016
The Participatory Forest Management programme enables Ethiopian village communities to manage large areas of forest and use them sustainably


New research addresses the sexual health issues of mental illness

This story published on Friday 5 February 2016
The £600,000 project is funded under the National Institute of Health Research Health Technology Assessment Programme


Music archaeology project recreates Scottish musical culture

This story published on Thursday 4 February 2016
Leading trio produce CD Spellweaving on pipes, lyres, harp, fiddles and hurdy gurdy


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