News from 2016
Bradford hosts world's first Technology Universities Congress
The University of Bradford is to host the first World Technology Universities Congress aimed at creating a global partnership between education, business, governments and development organisations.
Building overseas networks for new Physician Associate Studies programme
On Friday 22nd July Dr Sertip Zangana and Dr Anna Snelling from the School of Medical Sciences hosted a visit from Professor Jennifer Hixon, Chair of Health Sciences and Founding Programme Director of the Physician Assistant programme at Westfield State University, Massachusetts USA.
50th Anniversary video - Laurence Patterson
Professor Laurence Patterson features in a 50th Anniversary video
Beermats in The Shearbridge and The Bradford Mafia
Entrepreneurship has changed fundamentally over the years, due to the ubiquity of the Web, providing the free flow of information and new business models. But human nature has not changed, I still encourage people to go down to the pub and summarise their business idea on a Beermat.
Bradford triumphs at Annual Tribal Conference
The University of Bradford came out on top at the Tribal Annual Conference Awards Dinner, winning the University of the Year for work undertaken on the SITS:Vision student record system.
n-able chairs celebrate with honorary graduate
n-able nominated Francesca Martinez (wobbly comedian and activist) for an Honorary Doctorate.
School of Management Class of 2016 celebrates their graduation
University of Bradford School of Management students have been celebrating their degree success as they graduated this week.
Bradford scientists at forefront of 5G development
University of Bradford scientists have secured major funding as part of a Europe-wide consortium to train researchers to deliver the next generation of mobile communications.
'The war against ISIS is the kind of war that will become dominant', new report finds
A new report from a leading international security specialist argues that the wars against al-Qaida and ISIS are examples of the kinds of conflicts that will come to dominate international affairs. These will lead to a deeply unstable and violent world in the coming decades unless there are fundamental changes in the world-wide approaches to marginalisation and climate change.