Necrophilia – most offensive of offences, but no one prosecuted

This story published on Tuesday 6 December 2016
Fear, embarrassment or both prevail as the UK resists prosecutions for necrophilia – even lawmakers find it difficult to confront!


£286,000 project unveils the history of the viol

This story published on Tuesday 6 December 2016
Professor John Bryan and Dr Michael Fleming published their findings in a newly-published book Early English Viols: Instruments, Makers and Music


University secures new £30 million Future Metrology Research Hub

This story published on Monday 5 December 2016
The new Research Hub is one of six created by funding from Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council


University celebrates 100th KTP

This story published on Monday 5 December 2016
The latest Knowledge Transfer Partnership is with flow measurement company, Mainstream Measurements


Professor’s None-in-Three project wins national award

This story published on Friday 2 December 2016
Professor Adele Jones’s domestic violence project takes the Health and Wellbeing award in the NCCPE’s Engage competition


Photographer’s work exhibited in the company of the ‘Greats’

This story published on Thursday 1 December 2016
Postgraduate photographer Alex Beldea exhibits alongside the work some of the most iconic photographers of the 20th century


Call for targeted campaign to help BME dementia sufferers

This story published on Thursday 1 December 2016
“…in many BME communities, it is still seen as a natural part of ageing and not as an illness, so people do not access the services that are available…”


Better understanding and treatment for Ireland’s female offenders

This story published on Wednesday 30 November 2016
PhD researcher Angela Coyne’s work has already won her an award from the Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development


Uni and NPL form one-stop business gateway in 3M BIC

This story published on Monday 28 November 2016
The new Business Engagement Centre will help businesses across the Leeds City Region


£100,000 grant puts all-new 3D sound ‘Listening Room’ to the test

This story published on Friday 25 November 2016
One of the main outcomes is to upmix recordings made for 2D surround for 3D to provide the listener with a horizontal and vertical 3D listening experience


Techno legend Richie Hawtin delivers masterclass at University

This story published on Thursday 24 November 2016
Richie Hawtin received an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Huddersfield in 2015


Setbacks face government plans for Muslim women learning English

This story published on Wednesday 23 November 2016
Researcher Dr Royce Turner explores the difficulties facing the policy in a co-authored article in The Political Quarterly


New research shows eyewitness statements are largely inaccurate

This story published on Tuesday 22 November 2016
“…every year in the UK almost 100 people will be convicted of a violent or sexual crime that they did not commit, on the basis of an eyewitness statement…”


Open access publishing used for online pharmacy research journal

This story published on Monday 21 November 2016
“…we believe that open access publishing is the future of research…”


U.S. pharmacy exchange goes from strength to strength

This story published on Monday 21 November 2016
Huddersfield welcomes four students on a reciprocal visit programme from Wilkes University’s Nesbitt School of Pharmacy in Pennsylvania


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