WWI – The frontline signalman who took his pad and paints to war

This story published on Thursday 17 April 2014
His grandfather’s World War One paintings win student Tim Brown a place on GuardianWitness


The Politics of Child Protection

This story published on Wednesday 16 April 2014
Professor Nigel Parton, Professor in Applied Childhood Studies has published his latest book, 'The Politics of Child Protection: Contemporary Developments and Future Directions'


Uni computer scientists assess entries for ICAPS 2014 competition

This story published on Tuesday 15 April 2014
Artificial intelligence programs to be tested on Huddersfield’s high performance computers


Huddersfield hosts Vitae’s 2014 Impact Day

This story published on Wednesday 9 April 2014
Vitae’s The Enterprising Researcher hosted at the University of Huddersfield, the Entrepreneurial University of the Year 2012/13


University hosts visit by HRH The Princess Royal

This story published on Tuesday 8 April 2014
HRH The Princess Royal meets the next generation of women scientists and engineers at the WISE Student Colloquium


New report provides solution to NEET challenge in UK and abroad

This story published on Monday 7 April 2014
The Youth Resolution provides a locally co-ordinated national policy to drive up labour market standards for young people


Huge disparities between the decisions made by coroners

This story published on Friday 4 April 2014
Research calls for national Coroners’ Service in England and Wales


Measuring crime risk on the London Underground

This story published on Thursday 3 April 2014
Researcher works with Transport for London developing an algorithm to calculate the probability of where theft is most likely


IRCAHS research showcased at this year’s Research Festival

This story published on Tuesday 1 April 2014
The Human and Health Sciences research institute, IRCAHS will showcase a variety of research examples at this year's annual Research Festival.


£800,000 grant to create the computers of the future

This story published on Tuesday 1 April 2014
Royal Society Research Fellowship enables Dr Nathan Patmore to manipulate science at molecular level to replace the silicon chip


IRCAHS launches six short films about their research

This story published on Monday 31 March 2014
The Institute for Research in Citizenship and Applied Human Sciences has launched six short films about their research, providing a few examples of the variety of applied social science research undertaken at the University.


Researchers develop device that simulates gastro-intestinal tract

This story published on Friday 28 March 2014
New device simulates the gastro-intestinal tract and how it absorbs medication


University welcomes growing link with Benghazi University

This story published on Thursday 27 March 2014
Huddersfield already welcomes over 200 Libyan students and this will now increase


“Made in Yorkshire” – a brand in the making

This story published on Monday 24 March 2014
Yorkshire’s textile heritage could be the stimulant for a global fashion brand


New Quantitative Research methods training unit is launched

This story published on Friday 21 March 2014
A new and unique training unit has been launched as part of the School of Human and Health Sciences called the Quantitative Research Methods Training Unit (QRM-TU).


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