News from 2015
University of Bradford ranked 6th in the UK for Nursing & Midwifery
Our BSc Nursing and Midwifery programmes have been highly rated in the Guardian University league tables 2016
University of Bradford researcher shortlisted for prestigious national prize
The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) has announced that Bradford's Dr Victoria Lavis is among nine researchers shortlisted for its prestigious Celebrating Impact Prize 2015.
Bradford Pathology to host Royal College of Pathologists Digital Pathology Conference: 24th Sept 2015
The aim of this conference is to understand where diagnostic digital pathology is in those places that have embraced it, and examine how this compares with where we are in the UK and what we may do to promote its adoption where applicable.
Janette Irving of Bradford District Care Trust wins Mentor of the Year at the Student Nursing Times Awards
The award recognises the important role Janette has played in the education of student nurses and midwives, including many from the Faculty of Health Studies.
University of Bradford turns Claret and Amber in remembrance
The University of Bradford is supporting the 30th anniversary of the Bradford Fire by encouraging staff and students to wear Bradford City's colours on Wednesday 20 May 2015.
Experts from Bradford and Giessen add some colour to the dress debate
Psychologists from Bradford and Giessen comment on the confusion over the colour of the social media sensation #TheDress.
Novel Abuse Resistant Controlled Drug Delivery Systems
Scientists at the University of Bradford have invented a novel polymer matrix system that can be used to prepare novel abuse resistant drug delivery systems.
EU membership: in or out?
What if Britain left the EU? Is there an alternative? Would it be disastrous or liberating? What trade relationships could the UK forge outside the EU? How would economic and social policy be different? What are the implications for sovereignty and democracy?
The impact of austerity on Bradford
Or Poverty, Inequality and Mental Well-being: The Double-Whammy effect. This public lecture by Kate Karban examines the impact of the government's austerity programme on poverty in Bradford with reference to wider issues of health inequalities, particularly mental wellbeing.