Following the success of its Christmas Present Appeal last year, students and staff at the School of Health Studies, University of Bradford, have once again been busy collecting gifts for local children who will be spending the festive season in hospital in Bradford and Airedale.
Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner comedian, and current contributor to ITV2's 'I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Now' Russell Kane will perform at the University of Bradford on Tuesday 13 December.
The University of Bradford has secured almost £750K to safeguard skeletons from world-renowned collections based in Bradford and London.
Prunella Scales CBE, the renowned English actress, is returning to the University of Bradford as one of the University's Honorary Graduates to share her experience with students and emerging artists from the city.
The Leadership Institute for Communities (LIFC) gave its inaugural workshop at the University of Bradford on Wednesday 23 November.
Comedian Chris Ramsey, who has recently supported Al Murray on tour and has been seen on television programmes such as '8 Out of 10 Cats' will return to the University of Bradford on Tuesday 29th November.
The University of Bradford's School of Lifelong Development and Education will award certificates to 25 year 12 students', for successfully completing modules in the PL24 scheme.
The University of Bradford's Science Bridges China team will be holding their third Open Innovation workshop in Guangzhou, China, this month.
The first black woman elected to the British Parliament, Diane Abbott MP, will be the keynote speaker at a the first of a series of regional roundtable event focusing on BME women's health, held at The University of Bradford on today.
Humans may have undergone a gradual rather than an abrupt transition from fishing, hunting and gathering to farming, according to a new study of ancient pottery. Researchers at the University of York and the University of Bradford analysed cooking residues preserved in 133 ceramic vessels from the Western Baltic regions of Northern Europe to establish whether these residues were from terrestrial, marine or freshwater organisms.
Tuesday 25th October 2011 is the first of three days of workshops organised by the University of Bradford¿s Media School in partnership with the National Media Museum, the third such event since the city was granted the status of UNESCO's first 'City of Film' in 2009.
The University of Bradford has launched brand new accommodation and dining services for events at Heaton Mount, part of its School of Management campus.
A new state-of-the-art chemical engineering laboratory will be opened this Wednesday, 12 October at the University of Bradford.
Bradford School of Optometry and Vision Science at the University of Bradford will host its annual prestige lecture on the topic of why people become short sighted on Monday 17 October.
The annual Rotary Peace Conference at the University of Bradford will explore practices and possibilities for peace through presentations and workshops on crucial current events on Saturday 29 October.
Researchers at the University of Bradford are today unveiling new technology which allows disabled people to control their electric wheelchairs by simply moving their eyes.
Dame Ellen MacArthur today called for an urgent 'redesign revolution' as she addressed the British Science Festival - Europe's largest public science event.
12 September 11
The camera never lies?
Is the 90-year-old lie detecting technology of the polygraph on the way out at last?
13 September 11
To eat or not to eat'; that is the question.
Researchers at the University of Bradford looking into the emotional reasons why people overeat, could find the key to tackling obesity nationwide.
A new cancer treatment being developed at the University of Bradford has the potential to find and completely destroy solid tumours, regardless of cancer type. The drug is inactive until triggered by the heightened activity of an enzyme that is always found in the tumour environment, releasing a potent anti-cancer agent which destroys the tumour's blood vessels, causing it to starve to death. Moreover, since the enzyme is only usually active at high levels in tumour environments, the drug is unlikely to have any side effects on healthy tissue.
7 September 11
Ethics and access of using Human Tissue in Research
Over a century after the first successful implant operation in a human eye in 1905, University of Bradford researchers will explore with audiences at the British Science Festival the ethical and practical implications of human tissue donation for research in the 21st century.
6 September 11
What the Optometrist Saw
In the run up to their flagship event on Tuesday 13 September at the British Science Festival, the Bradford School of Optometry and Vision Science are sharing te experience of one of their patients.
5 September 11
British Science Festival launched in Bradford
Celebrations took place at the University of Bradford on Monday 5th September to welcome Europe's largest and most high profile public science event, the British Science Festival, to Bradford this weekend.
In a unique agreement with Bradford University, Bradford City Football Club has given season-long access to students from the University's Skillset Media Academy to film all the live home League and Cup matches.
University of Bradford students are due to kick off Freshers' week with a bang this year as internationally renowned Radio 1 and Radio 1 Extra DJ Zane Lowe confirmed he would be the headline act for the Monster Freshers' Ball.
16 August 11
Top tips for surviving A-Level results day
With A-level results day fast approaching, Rachel Lister, Clearing and Confirmations Helpline Supervisor at the University of Bradford, offers those students waiting for results some sound advice to help them prepare for Thursday 18 August.
11 August 11
Countdown to science festival lift-off!
The host organisations for the British Science Festival 2011 are gearing up to welcome Europe's largest and most high profile public science event in the city of Bradford next month (10 - 15 September).
Following the success of the 'Person First...Dementia Second' bespoke training package commissioned from Bradford Dementia Group by Bupa Care Services UK, the training will now be taken to Australia.
The University of Bradford's Bradford Dementia Group has announced the introduction of an innovative short course 'Developing Leadership in Person-Centred Care'. The course is aimed at experienced practitioners, current and aspiring leaders, and managers working in dementia care and relative fields.
The School of Lifelong Education and Development at the University of Bradford are introducing a new Foundation Degree in Social Enterprise Leadership. This is the first course of its kind in the North of England and is designed to meet the need for high quality managers in the Social Enterprise and voluntary sectors.
This month the University of Bradford is celebrating after the Bradford Robotic Telescope (BRT) Programme was recognised for its work with educational institution in the region and worldwide. The programme became one of the three finalists who were in line for the 2011 Arthur C Clarke Space award for Achievement in Space Education and Outreach.
25 July 11
Schools' in for summer
This week marks a special milestone in the University of Bradford's ongoing commitment to widening participation, as it hosts the 10 year anniversary of the Higher Education Summer Schools for pupils across the region.
The University of Bradford¿s School of Social and International Studies has hosted a conference to consider the motivation behind hate crimes, and strategies for successfully tackling them.
A team of archaeologists from the University of Bradford and Orkney College, University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) are investigating eroding archaeological remains along the coast of Rousay. First settled over 10,000 years ago, it is hoped this latest find on the island can help explain immediate environment.
As the final Harry Potter film launches today, staff in the Department of Creative Technology at the University of Bradford will be eagerly watching to see the work of yet another graduate on a Harry Potter film.
The University of Bradford will be awarding honorary degrees during ceremonies on Monday 18, Tuesday 19 and Wednesday 20 2011.
The exciting new 'trans:it engineering' programme by the University of Bradford's School of Lifelong Education and Development, to help students make the move from further to higher education engineering courses, was launched on Thursday 7 June.
Bradford researchers have developed a toolkit for measuring tranquillity that could enable neglected or overlooked urban parks to flourish and become a haven for stressed city workers.
The Director of the University of Bradford's robotic telescope (BRT) team has made a formal submission to the House of Common Science and Technology select committee. The submission report shares the unique insights the pioneering project has provided in terms of improving practical science education in the Yorkshire and Humber region.
The University of Bradford's Dementia Group have today recognised the interim findings of the Equality and Human Rights Commission's (EHRC) ongoing enquiry into the quality of care of older people in their own homes.
The next instalment of the University of Bradford's series of public debates will be hosted on Wednesday 29th June by the School of Lifelong Education and Development. Professor Neil Small will be addressing health inequalities in Bradford, and asking how the ground-breaking 'Born in Bradford' cohort study will help tackle these in the future.
The University of Bradford's groundbreaking research, into the support needed by people living with dementia and their families, has been chosen as one of the most important research projects of modern times taking place in universities today, with the publication of the Big Ideas for the Future report.
As part of the Universities Week 2011 campaign, today (Wednesday 15 June) marks the celebration of 'Big Ideas for Society'. As part of this, the University of Bradford is celebrating its own wide range of work with society and the Bradford community. One of these projects is the development of a derelict city-centre site as part of the Horton Community Farm project.
14 June 11
Graduate business continues to grow
Two University of Bradford graduates prospects' have soared in the field of mobile phone application, following their degree Interactive Systems and Video Games Design. After taking advantage of the University's support services for business the pair have now moved their business, Cogwork Studios, into their own premises
The University of Bradford is proud of the part it has played in one of its graduates development of a unique concept sports car. Richard Serrant originally graduated from the University of Bradford with a Bsc in Biomedical Science, but was persuaded to return to his life-long love of cars as a business venture. By accessing the University of Bradford¿s 'Amaze Yourself' programme he gained a basic grounding in starting up and running a business. Following this he joined the ThinkBusiness@Bradford programme, which gave him the support he needed to develop his micro car concept.
Lord Victor Adebowale CBE, Chief Executive of Turning Point, will provide the keynote address to an international conference considering the benefits of a diversified workforce, hosted in the University of Bradford's Norcroft Centre on Thursday 16th June.
Bradford Dementia Group, signatories to the Dementia Action Alliance, has today joined the call to secure a significant reduction in the use of antipsychotic drugs for people with dementia by the end of March 2012.
The University of Bradford's School of Lifelong Education and Development will host a lecture by journalist and author Yasmin Alibhai-Brown on Wednesday 8th June 2011.
24 May 11
Hats off to the Neo-natal Unit
A team of knitters from the School of Health Studies, at the University of Bradford, and Dixons Allerton Academy have presented over 100 hats, 50 blankets and baby clothes to Sarah Szpara, Matron of the Neo-Natal Unit at Bradford Royal Infirmary.
Relying on communications and power systems such as mobile phones and household electricity is becoming second nature to the world we live in. However, our society and quality of life are becoming more vulnerable to solar activities like these and many of us don't even realise it.
The University of Bradford has today announced its fees for its full-time undergraduate courses for home/EU students for September 2012.
The Bradford Dementia Group, based within the University's School of Health studies has a reputation for developing techniques that improve care for people with dementia. Over the last two years they have developed a method to support domiciliary care workers and improve services to people living at home.
Bradford University School of Management is hosting a preview event for those who would like to fast-track their HR career.
Margaret Wood MBE, entrepreneur, innovator and MD of a successful engineering company will meet Engineering, Design and Technology students at the University of Bradford on Saturday 16 April 2011 at a special seminar organised by FAIRER (Females Actively Involved in Rewarding Engineering Roles) the University's Women's Engineering Society.
A University of Bradford member of staff has been working extensively with private companies and government departments to improve care of people with Dementia.
The University of Bradford will open its doors to local businesses and the general public next week to showcase and demonstrate how it's making a difference to the world and the city of Bradford through its research and knowledge transfer activities.
Arts on Campus at the University of Bradford are delighted to announce that Theatre in the Mill has been awarded a 95% increase in its funding from Arts Council England from 2012 to 2015 as part of the new National Portfolio funding scheme.
270 local school children will take part in an Eco Learning day at the University of Bradford on Wednesday 30 March. The day marks both the end of a four-week eco education project and the start of a new phase which will allow schools and local neighbourhoods to live and learn in a more eco-friendly way.
Five students from the University of Bradford's School of Engineering, Design and Technology will be awarded the prestigious Benjamin Jowett Memorial Scholarship on Wednesday 23 March.
Vice-Chancellors from 15 Pakistan universities are visiting the University of Bradford this week as part of a joint collaboration between the Higher Education Commission in Pakistan and the British Council.
A two day event hosted by the School of Engineering, Design and Technology at the University of Bradford to address process engineering problems using computational tools will take place on 21 and 22 March.
The University of Bradford's School of Lifelong Education and Development will host a thought provoking lecture by internationally recognised journalist, author and broadcaster, Sarfraz Manzoor, on Wednesday 30 March.
It's not just the type of molecules a material is made of, the way in which they are arranged in space is important too. For many organic molecules, multiple crystal structures are known, and their physical properties can differ significantly. For example, a drug can be effective in one crystalline form but much less effective in another because it doesn't dissolve fast enough.
A one day conference is being held at the University of Bradford on Wednesday 16 March to explore the implications and alternatives to taking psychiatric medication.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Betty Williams will be visiting the University of Bradford from 4 - 6 March to inspire young people about practical ways to act for peace and social justice in their own communities.
The University of Bradford will host a Rock School Weekend on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 February for local looked after young people to celebrate National Care Leavers Week.
11 February 11
Intern Scheme Offers Businesses High Quality Graduates
An intern programme at the University of Bradford is offering employers the skills of graduates for very little cost.
The University of Bradford is set to create a centre for raising aspirations and attainment in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM).
BBC Look North presenter Harry Gration is set to put the finishing touches to the frame of the University of Bradford's new School of Health Studies building, in a topping out ceremony on Friday 28 January.
Nightingale Care Home, the largest Jewish care home in the UK, is partnering with the University of Bradford's internationally recognised centre for excellence, Bradford Dementia Group to establish a blue print for care provision for people with dementia in the care home.
Following a watchdog report announced yesterday (12 October), Bradford Dementia Group says the government need to react quicker to the deteriorating quality of care that is being witnessed up and down the country.