New ‘smart database’ aids industry with the 100s of ISO standards

This story published on Friday 4 September 2015
The ‘category theory’ database is three times faster than conventional relational databases and takes up a third of the storage space


Uni researchers improve quality-of-care for child cancer patients

This story published on Friday 28 August 2015
The ‘Hickman Lines’ or central line catheters, will be safely and comfortably hidden away in the harness, while still delivering the medication, including chemotherapy, to children


Chemistry professor discovers colour sensor compound for anions

This story published on Thursday 27 August 2015
“...the most remarkable facet of the chemistry is that the detecting species is not made directly by the scientist, but because the response spontaneously ‘self-assembles’...”


International award for University’s PR professor

This story published on Wednesday 26 August 2015
Professor Anne Gregory will receive the Institute of Public Relations 2015 Pathfinder Award


Head of Accountancy and Finance takes on ICAEW role

This story published on Tuesday 25 August 2015
Head of Department Wilma Teviotdale joins Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales’s Learning and Professional Development Board


Innovative device will regenerate skin cells to aid wound care

This story published on Tuesday 18 August 2015
Avita Medical announces new research partnership with the University’s Institute of Skin Integrity and Infection Prevention


FEGReG members publish in Business Ethics: A European Review

This story published on Tuesday 11 August 2015
A recent issue of Business Ethics: A European Review, which focused on research methods in business ethics, contains two articles by members of FEGReG.


Hudds PhD researcher wins 2015 euspen student challenge

This story published on Tuesday 11 August 2015
In just nine hours, Christian Young’s team designed and built a fully-functioning device capable of carrying out a precision 2D measurement, accurate to within 13 microns


Research uses virtual reality technology to train dental surgeons

This story published on Monday 10 August 2015
PhD Researcher Yeshwanth Pulijala harnesses 3D visualisation to help oral and maxillofacial surgical trainees to perform complex medical procedures


Specialist machine tool company MTT look to Hudds researchers

This story published on Friday 7 August 2015
Machine Tool Technologies Ltd has undertaken three Knowledge Transfer Partnerships with the Centre for Precision Technologies and now look to cement relations into the future


University of Huddersfield – an R&D centre for the region’s SMEs

This story published on Wednesday 5 August 2015
The University’s Energy Emission and the Environmental Research Group has nine Knowledge Transfer Partnerships with seven firms


Woundcare4Heroes conference hosted by Uni research institute

This story published on Monday 3 August 2015
The Institute of Skin Integrity and Infection Prevention hosted a day-long conference, The multi-facets of trauma aftercare


Lecture series in honour of celebrated professor

This story published on Friday 31 July 2015
The Page Lecture honours Huddersfield’s Professor Mike Page and the inaugural speaker is MIT Professor of Chemistry Stephen Buchwald


Former Commonwealth Games diver takes gold in Primary Education

This story published on Wednesday 22 July 2015
Major injury puts pay to Olympics, but it opened a new career door as a primary teacher for top student Katherine Hamilton


Czech-born Lenka graduates in biochemistry and top in the School

This story published on Tuesday 21 July 2015
Lenka Stejskal has now received funding for her PhD from the Wellcome Trust


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