Research and Enterprise


DNA researchers show true path of early farming in Europe

This story published on Tuesday 21 March 2017
New research shows spread of agriculture throughout Europe followed migration into the Mediterranean from the Near East thousands of years earlier than widely believed

Dr Rowan Williams to speak at the University

This story published on Friday 17 March 2017
The former Archbishop of Canterbury will speak at both the spirituality in healthcare conference and at the annual Harold Wilson Lecture

Digital version of the Duke of Edinburgh Award launched

This story published on Thursday 16 March 2017
Professor Rupert Ward led the project on behalf of HRH The Duke of York to create the bronze level of The Duke of York Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award

Hudds LitFest – Writers voice their concern for children in care

This story published on Wednesday 15 March 2017
Leading poet Lemn Sissay and award-winning author Kit de Waal in conversation for the Huddersfield Literature Festival

Child Welfare Inequalities project makes stark reading

This story published on Tuesday 14 March 2017
Professor Brid Featherstone was key player in a UK-wide project investigated data on 35,000 children either ‘looked after in care’ or on a child protection plan

New solar cells from light absorbing dyes harvest more energy

This story published on Monday 13 March 2017
Key to the research is the use of synthetic chemistry to form light-absorbing dyes for solar cells, which harvest more energy, are more environmentally sustainable and economical to produce

University welcomes HRH The Earl of Wessex

This story published on Friday 10 March 2017
The Royal Visitor viewed both ancient and modern before visiting the future

University’s English department ranks in top world 300

This story published on Friday 10 March 2017
…according to new rankings announced this week by the QS organisation

Business School hears the benefit of co-operation first-hand

This story published on Friday 10 March 2017
The Centre for Sustainable and Resilient Communities celebrates Fairtrade Fortnight with guest speaker Jenny Carlyle from co-operative Suma Wholefoods

Hudds LitFest – Uni honorary award recipient welcomed to festival

This story published on Wednesday 8 March 2017
Dame Jenni Murray was in conversation with lecturer Dr Sarah Falcus about her new book, A History of Britain in 21 Women

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…”

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