Corporate governance research: Where to next?

This story published on Thursday 22 October 2015
This was the question Professor Terry McNulty from the University of Liverpool discussed with members of FEGReG in a most enjoyable and thought-provoking seminar on Wednesday 14th October 2015.


Virtual training aids doctors with their communication skills

This story published on Wednesday 21 October 2015
The Immersive Medical Training System has already won an award at the International Medical Education Conference


Rugby League looks to the mental well-being of its players

This story published on Thursday 15 October 2015
“...some clubs are organised and committed to player welfare, the delivery at others is fragmented...”


New book offers major insight into public transport crime

This story published on Thursday 15 October 2015
Chapters cover pick-pocketing, fears of assault, property theft, unsightly graffiti and alcohol-related crime


£84,000 from Arts Council England for two-year arts programme

This story published on Thursday 15 October 2015
The University partners Huddersfield Art Gallery in an extension of the contemporary art exhibition ROTOЯ


Author Will Self to give inaugural J.B. Priestley Lecture

This story published on Wednesday 14 October 2015
Wednesday 11 November at 6pm – admission free


Partnering BT to create added value from the Internet of Things

This story published on Tuesday 13 October 2015
Professor Grigoris Antoniou aims to develop a platform to harness and manage diverse data


The evolutionary psychology behind the terrorist

This story published on Monday 12 October 2015
Dr Jason Roach co-edits a new book that analyses the mind of the terrorist


Top Tips for Publishing in Top Journals

This story published on Monday 12 October 2015
The Business School’s Emerging Markets Research Group (EMERGE) heard Professor John Cadogan from Loughborough University present his research on Publishing in Leading Journals: Reflections on Two Sources of Fatal Flaws.


Huddersfield is UK contribution to new EU GPS training material

This story published on Thursday 8 October 2015
The University’s EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Advanced Metrology has played a role in drawing up the GPS standards


Innovative newborn baby surveillance monitor up for UNICEF award

This story published on Thursday 8 October 2015
Academics’ device will slash infant mortality rate


Cervical cancer researcher wins Inspirational Woman of the Year

This story published on Wednesday 7 October 2015
Dr Tsitsi Chituku took the award at the Zimbabwe International Women’s Awards for her research into cervical cancer


Rethinking the Nation

This story published on Wednesday 7 October 2015
The University are working with the AHRC on an event that looks at the way we live now in Britain.


Dementia and Alzheimer’s in focus in Huddersfield

This story published on Monday 5 October 2015
5th to 9th October 2015 leading up to World Mental Health Day on Saturday 10 October


VIV’s keynote speeches on Smart CCTV Surveillance Forum

This story published on Friday 2 October 2015
VIV group leader Dr. Zhjie Xu and research fellow Dr. Jing Wang have been invited to share their research expertise with international partners from China, Singapore, United States and Australia in the 2nd International Symposium on Public Security and Forensic Technologies.


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