Hudds LitFest – 2017 Grist anthology, I You He She It, launch

This story published on Tuesday 7 March 2017
The latest Grist collection is launched on Friday 17 March (17.30-19.00) at the Epicure Bar and Kitchen

Major U.S. neurobiology lab snaps up leading Hudds PhD researcher

This story published on Monday 6 March 2017
Indian-born Ravikanth Velagapudi has already had a number of peer-reviewed articles published and will now join the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in North Carolina

University welcomes the President of the IMechE

This story published on Friday 3 March 2017
Jon Hilton, President of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, pays a fact-finding visit to the campus

Top UK police course welcomes Prof’s work on designing out crime

This story published on Thursday 2 March 2017
Professor Rachel Armitage spoke on the National Police Strategic Command Course – the course is a statutory requirement for officers seeking promotion to Assistant Chief Constable

Exploring the world of the Madeleine McCann trolls

This story published on Tuesday 28 February 2017
“…troll insults and abuse was constant, repetitive, and in clear violation of Twitter policies, though user accounts were rarely suspended…”

Hudd LitFest – Award-winning writers undertake PhD by Publication

This story published on Monday 27 February 2017
Celebrated writers Anna Ralph, Stephen May and Amanda Hodgkinson talk about their work– Hudds Lit Fest, Saturday 4 March, 2pm to 5pm

Scientists discover the properties behind cancer curing molecule

This story published on Friday 24 February 2017
The discovery has been patented and opens the door for a highly-effective cancer treatment

Hudds LitFest – Writer’s new book revives the short story

This story published on Wednesday 22 February 2017
Dr Michael Stewart’s new book, Mr Jolly, revives the art of writing short stories – Hudds Lit Fest, Saturday 18 March, 11am to 12 noon

Professor invited to join Caribbean education policy group

This story published on Tuesday 21 February 2017
Professor Paul Miller is the sole UK-based expert on the newly-convened Technical Working Group assembled by the organisation Caribbean Community

Research uncovers extent of sexism in Hollywood’s male-female pay

This story published on Monday 20 February 2017
“…star female actors earn on average $2 million less than men…”

First symposium on the sound and music in documentary film

This story published on Thursday 16 February 2017
The symposium welcomes the innovative and controversial film maker Andrew Kötting as its keynote speaker

Prof eases actor Warwick Davis’s upset on BBC TV tonight

This story published on Wednesday 15 February 2017
Professor Rachel Cowgill comes to the rescue when the famous actor appeared on Who Do You Think You Are? to discover one his forebears performed as a blackfaced musician

Do supermarket chains truly embrace Farm Animal Welfare?

This story published on Tuesday 14 February 2017
Dr John Lever probes the extent to which farm animal welfare is part of the corporate social responsibility strategies of large food companies

Educational videos show off Heritage Quay collections

This story published on Monday 13 February 2017
The downloadable resources are designed as a resource for teachers

Doppler database could save lives of heart condition sufferers

This story published on Friday 10 February 2017
Podiatrist Andrew Sharpe will use the new Doppler sound database to help practitioners to know exactly what to listen for in people with suspected arterial disease

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