University of Bradford selected to receive Ford Blue Oval Scholarships
Ford has selected the University of Bradford among five leading UK universities to receive student scholarships, each worth £10,000, starting in the 2013-2014 academic year.
John McIlwaine - Celebrating Archaeological Sciences
The University of Bradford is proud to celebrate top-quality international research especially when it comes to knowledge transfer and the University's strapline of 'Making Knowledge Work'. However, in the area of the forensic work undertaken by Archaeological Sciences at Bradford, it is hard for the University to celebrate their achievements openly due to the work being done as part of an operation for criminal investigation.
Ron Harle - Dark clouds above. Can we dodge the storm?
Ron Harle talks about the situation graduates across the country find themselves in when looking for work after getting their degree and how the University of Bradford is making the difference.
Professor Hassan Ugail - Research in Visual Computing at Bradford
Hassan currently leads research in Visual Computing at Bradford and he shares his thoughts and opinions with our readers. He views research in this area to be a re-working of known laws of nature such as Newton's laws of motion and Einstein's theory of relativity in a suitable form applicable to a virtual world where physical matter does not exist.
Dr Martin Brinkworth: The key to our beginning, pathology and evolution
Martin shares with us his views on research in male reproduction and how these new findings fit into our understanding of male infertility.
Dr Fiona Macaulay: PeaceJam - Making Peace 'Cool for school' - Spring 2009
Fiona shares with News & Views why PeaceJams are important to the children of today.
Professor Jackie Ford - Importance of upskilling in today's climate
Professor of Leadership and Organisation Studies, from the School of Management, Jackie Ford shares with us her views on how organisations need to engage with the latest thinking on researching leaders and leadership so as to tap the talent and potential of their workforces.
Prof. Neil Small: Partnerships in health research - Winter 2009
Professor of Research, Neil Small from the School of Health Studies shares his views with us.
Prof. Rae Earnshaw: Harnessing the Digital Age - January 2008
Computer and information technology is evolving, and fast! We're hearing words like downloads, podcasts, streaming, interactive, wikis and blogs more and more. But how is the University adapting to these evolving technologies and using them to improve teaching, learning research and administration for students and staff?