News from 2016
New Trustees appointed to the Board of the Science Museum Group
Prime Minister, David Cameron has appointed Professor Brian Cantor, University of Bradford Vice-Chancellor to the Board of the Science Museum Group.
Trailblazer in field of organisation and management theory leaves impressive legacy
Tributes have been paid to David Hickson, a world-renowned University of Bradford professor, who died last week. Here his old friend and colleague Bob Hinings celebrates his life in this moving obituary.
Gene signature in ovarian cancer predicts survival and offers new drug target
A new UK study has identified a gene signature that predicts poor survival from ovarian cancer. The study also identified genes which help the cancer develop resistance to chemotherapy — offering a new route to help tackle the disease.
EU Referendum Statement
Message from the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Brian Cantor
Bumps and Breakthroughs: Was a Peace Studies Degree Pointless?
With a background of volunteering in Rwanda and Thailand, a First Class Degree in Development and Peace Studies and two internships (in Uganda and Oxford, respectively), I thought I was set to soar on graduating in July 2013. Less than six months after graduating, I returned to Bradford to complete an internship at the Students' Union designed by the University to support unemployed graduates. After a particularly nasty breakup and big dreams of moving on, I did not anticipate such a swift return to Bradford City.
After this miserable and divisive campaign, we need to talk about immigration
Parveen Akhtar, Lecturer in Sociology looks at the referendum and immigration
Professor Hassan Ugail works on Revolutionary Technology in Fight Against Crime
Bradford students investigate anatomy using cutting edge technology
Unique digital autopsy and dissection teaching facilities launched at the University of Bradford.
Academic presents paper at UN PRME conference on pioneering summer school
The mastermind of a pioneering summer school presented a paper outlining her initiative to members of the UK & Ireland Chapter of the United Nations (UN) Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) this week.