Partnership creates all-new, nanoscale chemical imaging technique

This story published on Tuesday 12 May 2015
Unique algorithm provides catalyst for a groundbreaking nanoscale method of studying the distribution of components in solid mixtures using chemical imaging


Railway Institute takes key role in Track to the Future project

This story published on Monday 11 May 2015
The £6.5 million Track to the Future project will focus on developing switches and crossings that last longer and require much less maintenance


General Election result signals a move to the UK’s Euroscepticism

This story published on Friday 8 May 2015
Dr Chris Gifford’s revised book The Making of Eurosceptic Britain launched on the rise of anti-EU sentiment in Britain


Helping the police with their enquiries – research aids policing

This story published on Wednesday 6 May 2015
Dr Jason Roach’s research into ‘self-selection policing’ and ‘street psychology’ draws police interest in the UK and the USA


Cutting-edge research for Waterloo’s 200th anniversary

This story published on Wednesday 6 May 2015
Arms and Armour Research Institute’s Paul Wilcock will lecture in London for the 200th anniversary commemorations of the Battle of Waterloo


‘Pain research study needs you!’

This story published on Wednesday 6 May 2015
‘Researchers wish to hear from people over the age of 18 who DO NOT suffer from chronic pain ( 3 months) to comprise a control group for a research project’


£850k to look at radiation damage in nanoporous nuclear materials

This story published on Friday 1 May 2015
“...a solution is to dispel defects and gas atoms so that the material is able to recover from the damage – in effect, repair itself...”


Huddersfield takes lead at 9th BASPCAN International Congress

This story published on Wednesday 29 April 2015
Dr Bernard Gallagher chaired the Scientific Committee for the 2015 British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Congress


“Young people demand to be heard in the General Election”

This story published on Tuesday 28 April 2015
Politics researchers launch A Manifesto for Youth offering the political views young people who are under the voting age of 18


Governmentality and CSR in Nigerian Banks

This story published on Tuesday 28 April 2015
Joint research project from Dr Olu Aluko and Dr Eshani Beddewela explores issues of Governmentality and Nigerian Sustainable Banking Principles


Czech colaboration

This story published on Monday 27 April 2015
The Emerging Markets Research Group (EMERGE) welcomed three visitors from the Czech Republic from the Technical University of Ostrava and the Technical University of Liberec to colaborate on a series of research seminars.


EMERGE explores Polish and EU labour market

This story published on Monday 27 April 2015
Dr Hilary Ingham presents research on the Polish labour market and its role within the European Union labour market


Prof wins prestigious thermal analysis and calorimetry award

This story published on Thursday 23 April 2015
Emeritus Professor Ted Charsley becomes the only Brit to win the prestigious French Prix Calvet Award


Barclays Strategic Transformation Director gives guest lectures

This story published on Wednesday 22 April 2015
Steven Roberts, now a visiting professor at the University, is regarded as one of the UK’s most innovative bankersjavascript:;


Researchers underway with best steel project for modern railways

This story published on Tuesday 21 April 2015
Institute of Railway Research leads project into new science around the nature of steel for track and wheel


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