Uni experts aim to cut the costs of pressure ulcers

This story published on Thursday 7 January 2016
Research team calls for new educational initiatives to improve skills and awareness in the healthcare sector


Hudds partners University of Helsinki on critical thinking

This story published on Wednesday 23 December 2015
BERG researchers Wilma Teviotdale and David Clancy unite with Finnish colleagues on a project into critical thinking in the classroom


Project underway to preserve Holocaust experience in virtual form

This story published on Wednesday 23 December 2015
“...the technology known as ‘mixed reality’ ensures high levels of realism and will help future generations better understand the history...”


Business in Northern Ireland urged to find jobs for care leavers

This story published on Tuesday 22 December 2015
“...we have made a business case both for state and employers to provide employment for care leavers. Over the long term, it would be more economical...”


Black women’s Abasindi Co-operative in troubled 1980s Moss Side

This story published on Tuesday 22 December 2015
The Abasindi Co-operative’s work to alleviate the problems facing the Manchester suburb of Moss Side is recognised by former member, now Huddersfield professor, Adele Jones


Prof’s book ‘managing diversity in the workplace’ up for award

This story published on Monday 21 December 2015
Professor Jawad Syed’s book Managing Diversity and Inclusion: An International Perspective shortlisted for CMI’s Management Book of the Year Awards


Rail media vote Institute of Railway Research for top award

This story published on Friday 18 December 2015
The Institute took the award for the SUSTRAIL project which aims to boost the quantity of freight carried by rail


New asset management tool will predict wear for light railways

This story published on Thursday 17 December 2015
The project is funded through UKTram’s Low Impact Light Rail scheme, supported by Innovate UK’s SBRI programme


Uni in top ten for Government’s Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

This story published on Wednesday 16 December 2015
“...KTPs link companies with a university and a graduate to work on a specific project...”


New pressure sores research will reduce risk to patients

This story published on Tuesday 15 December 2015
Researchers will carry out computational modelling of human skin to learn more about how pressure ulcers form


Use of nanoparticles via hair follicles to combat SSI wounds

This story published on Monday 14 December 2015
“...nanoparticle size will help them to carry things into the skin better than current antiseptic regimes...”


Short stories – there in the beginning and still going strong

This story published on Friday 11 December 2015
Celebrating the Short Story welcomed both experienced practitioners and enthusiasts of the art form


Heritage Quay honoured by Royal Historical Society

This story published on Friday 11 December 2015
Heritage Quay was commended for its “promotion of public history” in the new Public History Prize Awards


DoH comms head lectures on Ebola crisis management action plan

This story published on Wednesday 9 December 2015
The Department of Health’s Deputy Head of News Rachel Carr explained the action taken when the first British national William Pooley contracted the disease


Uni contributes to weapons on show at Wellington Arch exhibition

This story published on Wednesday 9 December 2015
Popularity of Waterloo Exhibition leads to extension into New Year


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