Decentralisation and the Future of Yorkshire

This story published on Monday 16 February 2015
University leads symposium on whether and how Yorkshire should have its own devolved powers


£120k KTP to produce portable rapid radiation detection devices

This story published on Friday 13 February 2015
Kromek UK will work with Huddersfield researchers to develop new neutron detection devices, small enough to be worn by the user


Hudds chemistry grads and undergrads in RSC/SCI national final

This story published on Wednesday 11 February 2015
University team shares good company in National Retrosynthesis Competition held later this month


Diathermy smoke extraction should be compulsory in operations

This story published on Wednesday 11 February 2015
Research shows that diathermy smoke carries nine hazardous compounds – some capable of causing cancer – but some surgeons elect not to use smoke extractors during cauterisation procedures


Police and lawyers queuing up for Uni’s forensic podiatry expert

This story published on Wednesday 11 February 2015
“...more crime scene investigators are now seeking evidence from footprints, wear and tear on footwear and even people’s walking pattern to solve a crime...”


2015 for Russia and Ukraine: How Serious Is the Economic Crisis?

This story published on Wednesday 11 February 2015
How Serious Is the Economic Crisis?


New drug development to focus on the genetics of cervical cancer

This story published on Tuesday 10 February 2015
Groundbreaking research aims to provide earlier and more effective detection and treatment of cervical cancer


New research shows Reiki aids the wellbeing of cancer sufferers

This story published on Friday 6 February 2015
Following a pilot study in Huddersfield, researchers feel that Reiki, as a complementary therapy, should be available to cancer sufferers on the NHS


Rugby League memorabilia exhibition opens at Heritage Quay

This story published on Friday 6 February 2015
“...and for people who do know the sport, there are gems that are of real interest...”


Huddersfield leaps forward in research power

This story published on Wednesday 4 February 2015
Leap of 25 places in research power


Future Muon Sources – workshop welcomes international delegates

This story published on Friday 30 January 2015
STFC and the University combine for the international workshop entitled Future Muon Sources


£1m to train the next generation of DNA scientists

This story published on Tuesday 27 January 2015
The Centre for Evolutionary Genomics will train the next generation of specialists in a field that uses the latest DNA science to delve into evolutionary history


New prof brings major ‘Serious Games’ to Huddersfield

This story published on Wednesday 21 January 2015
Professor Minhua Ma makes her mark in the multi-billion dollar serious games industry developing virtual reality ‘edutainment’ for healthcare professionals


£1m ensures the safety of the next generation of nuclear reactors

This story published on Monday 19 January 2015
“...the findings of the project will be relevant to the Generation III+ reactors soon to be constructed in the UK...”


Tiny compost worms will inform new research on human diseases

This story published on Friday 16 January 2015
The study of the Caernorhabditis elegans worm will aid researchers understanding of the genetics of human disease, whilst reducing the need for animal testing


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