Uni encourages more women to study engineering

This story published on Friday 20 December 2013
Series of public lectures by inspirational female engineers planned for New Year


EPSRC Fellowship for Uni mathematician

This story published on Thursday 19 December 2013
Professor Paul Scott awarded an EPSRC Fellowship in Manufacturing


Global standard in simulated learning for nurses takes first step

This story published on Thursday 19 December 2013
€250,000 Nurse Educator Simulated Learning (NEStLed) Project underway – partners meet in Huddersfield to test prototype “toolkit”


World project managing linked open data gets underway

This story published on Wednesday 18 December 2013
€400k SemData project welcomes first overseas researchers to Huddersfield


Tectre and Uni join for £300,000 green IT project

This story published on Wednesday 18 December 2013
Research project aims for optimum environmental performance for high performance computers and data centres


Huddersfield researchers take part in Independent Commission

This story published on Wednesday 18 December 2013
University's dual role in major policing probe 'Policing for a Better Britain'


Growing Forensics Dept adds forensic anthropologist to the team

This story published on Monday 16 December 2013
New lecturer Dr Anna Williams is keen to raise public awareness and the need for forensic research facilities


Time of death is the key for cold cases

This story published on Monday 16 December 2013
Advances in Temporal Forensics Investigations conference attracts leading forensic scientists and CSIs


Breathalyser to detect lung cancer

This story published on Friday 13 December 2013
Pharmacists receive £210k to lead research into new test device


Hudds researcher evaluates success of child obesity project

This story published on Friday 13 December 2013
Head of Health and Wellbeing Kiara Lewis addresses national Public Health England workshop on her research into activity schemes for overweight youngsters


UN looks to report by Hudds researcher in Colombian civil war

This story published on Monday 9 December 2013
Ground-breaking study focuses on the use of communicative citizenship to realise human rights amongst groups seeking to establish sustainable peace in the wake of the devastating war


Slovakian researcher’s UN internship

This story published on Monday 9 December 2013
Ivana makes her mark at the United Nations and at the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe


Helen Gavin launches book, Criminological and Forensic Psychology

This story published on Friday 29 November 2013
Dr Helen Gavin has launched a new book which looks at criminal and forensic psychology, bringing real life case studies in line with psychological theory and relevance in the attempt to explain crime.


Textile Craft lecturers’ work features at the Victoria and Albert

This story published on Wednesday 27 November 2013
Creativity, humanity and politics – The Sleeping Bag Project by Claire Barber and Rowan Bailey


Art based on the ‘Rights of Plants’ receives national acclaim

This story published on Tuesday 26 November 2013
Jenny Lee’s thought-provoking pieces stimulate debate surrounding our perceptions and understanding of plants


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