‘Games get serious’ at double conference

This story published on Wednesday 10 June 2015
Global experts show how games are an important aid to healthcare, education, the environment… and even ghost hunting


UNICEF conference receives NEET address from Huddersfield Prof

This story published on Thursday 4 June 2015
…“the UK approach compares unfavourably with that of other northern European nations and youth employment in Britain is scarcer and more poorly paid than in countries such as Germany and the Netherlands”…


IRR part of €18million Shift2Rail initiative named In2Rail

This story published on Tuesday 2 June 2015
The Institute of Railway Research has been awarded two key roles - investigating novel switches and crossings and looking at possibilities for new kinds of track system


TV stars scoff insects on air – thanks to Uni student’s research

This story published on Tuesday 2 June 2015
Food scientist Gemma Lamb wins IFST competition and argues that mealworms are a valuable and sustainable source of protein for humans


Green criminology growing against the illegal wildlife trade

This story published on Friday 29 May 2015
“...high rewards and low risks of detection and punishment have made the illegal trade in wildlife attractive to criminals...”


Student wins competition using protein-packed ‘mealworm’ bread

This story published on Friday 29 May 2015
Food scientist Gemma Lamb wins IFST competition – “mealworms could be a valuable and environmentally-sustainable source of protein for human beings”


Northern Ireland opts for segregated classes in shared schools

This story published on Tuesday 26 May 2015
“...80 per cent of those surveyed in the Protestant and Catholic communities would support fully-integrated schools...”


Insect evidence solving riddles from the past and present

This story published on Friday 22 May 2015
The University hosts the European Association of Forensic Entomology and the inaugural International Conference in Funerary Archaeoentomology


Students for Sustainability Huddersfield - launch event

This story published on Thursday 21 May 2015
Students for Sustainability (SfS) launch event discussion with Business in the Community, Ethical Consumer, Green Party and People & Planet representatives (video)


Child killers come under the microscope at major conference

This story published on Thursday 21 May 2015
Investigating Child Homicide: An International Symposium attracts international audience


New software will predict the energy usage of a new building

This story published on Wednesday 20 May 2015
Architects’ current predictions of potential energy consumption of new buildings can be between 50 to 100 per cent inaccurate


Diabetes awareness campaign for UK Asians wins national award

This story published on Wednesday 20 May 2015
Dr Mahendra Patel and the South Asian Health Foundation wins the British Medical Journal Awards Diabetes Team of the Year prize


Uni designer’s 3D technology to improve Paxman scalp cooling cap

This story published on Friday 15 May 2015
Redesign the cooling cap – to fit the head more efficiently, improve the flow pattern and be mass-manufactured


“Outstanding”, the verdict on the Uni’s KTP project with Paxman

This story published on Friday 15 May 2015
The Government’s Technology Strategy Board award the highest award to the Knowledge Transfer Partnership between the University and scalp cooling company Paxman


Big data – the answer to increased rail safety

This story published on Thursday 14 May 2015
RSSB and the Institute of Railway Research combine to explore the potential of ‘Big Data Risk Analysis’


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