Scalp cooling cap design wins Exhibitor Innovations Competition

This story published on Tuesday 17 November 2015
The Exhibitor Innovations Competition is part of the annual Medtech World Awards


Jordanian postgrad makes his mark in renewable energy

This story published on Friday 13 November 2015
A passion for telecommunications technology moves Mahmoud Dhimish towards his PhD


Investigating antibiotics earned Vietnamese pharmacist top marks

This story published on Friday 13 November 2015
Nga Vo aims to continue researching drug delivery systems in her doctoral study


Despite a 10-year break from academia, Zimbabwean excels at law

This story published on Friday 13 November 2015
Top marks for Simbarashe Gomwe in his Master’s degree in commercial law


Will Self delves into war, technology, morality and psychology

This story published on Thursday 12 November 2015
The acclaimed author delivers the University’s inaugural J.B. Priestley Lecture


Introducing the ideas of linguistics to a younger audience

This story published on Wednesday 11 November 2015
First there was Babel and now, alongside, there is Lingo, which is aimed at youngsters of later primary school and earlier secondary school age


First prize for AI traffic control system that thinks for itself

This story published on Wednesday 11 November 2015
“...the goal of autonomic transport systems is to reduce reliance on decision-making by human controllers...”


New techniques for identifying “rampage” school shooters

This story published on Monday 9 November 2015
Researchers’ work “could have practical applications in terms of prevention and intervention”


Huddersfield joins the British Council’s Maker Library Network

This story published on Monday 9 November 2015
“...it encourages students to collaborate and introduces them to technologies they wouldn’t usually learn about within their own curriculums...”


J.H. Whitley – the MP’s Halifax roots shaped his politics

This story published on Thursday 5 November 2015
“...his contemporaries recognised that his Halifax background was important in shaping his politics


KTP with Weir Valves up for ‘Best of the Best’ award

This story published on Wednesday 4 November 2015
The University and Weir have been shortlisted in the Research Councils UK Knowledge-based Impact category


Family man gets researcher’s vote for top English monarch

This story published on Friday 30 October 2015
Military successes overseas, domestic calm, but the creator of the Order of the Garter’s biggest achievement ... he was a doting dad


The lying game

This story published on Thursday 29 October 2015
Dr Chris Street’s research is leading towards a clearer understanding of how humans behave when they bend the truth


Popular fiction can be a valuable learning tool for teenagers

This story published on Tuesday 27 October 2015
“...supernatural fantasies and dystopian dramas are highly educational too, especially for girls coming to terms with womanhood...”


It’s time to ‘Rethink the Nation’

This story published on Monday 26 October 2015
Wed 25 Nov – with speakers author Joanne Harris, VisitEngland CEO James Berresford, writer Irna Qureshi, Shadow Minister Liz McInnes MP and Opera North Projects Director Dominic Gray


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