News from 2017
Bespoke blast cabinet donation by Guyson International Lltd
The initial contact with the company was made during the TCT + Personalize show, held at the NEC, which Guyson and University of Bradford regularly attends. Mr Mark Viner visited University of Bradford stand, and arrangements were made for the company to visit our laboratories. During the visit common research interests were established and Guyson kindly agreed to produce and donate a bespoke cabinet for our group.
Old meets new as prehistoric cave is digitised
Archaeologists from Bradford have created a digital model of the iconic Sculptor's Cave in Moray, Scotland.
Virtual Reality, duels and skeletons-all this and more at the University of Bradford's open day!
Where can you have the chance to become a TV presenter, take part in a virtual duel, examine a skeleton, set the nation's interest rate or explore the beautiful Emm Lane campus using Virtual Reality?
Alumni dinner in Qatar
University of Bradford alumni based in Qatar and current MSc students met up for a dinner as part of the School of Management's recent study tour to Qatar University.
Underestimating the power of persuasion in online radicalisation
University of Bradford PhD student, Sumaia Sabouni explores how extremists recruit and radicalise individuals online through the five principles of persuasion.
Graduates from 1977, eh?
"Graduates from 1977, eh?" said curator Andy with a grin as he welcomed us in. "I'll talk louder, then". Good thing he did. Time had done its share of ravaging since our fresher days, what with Lusia's back and everyone's knees, but we still had a great time hobbling around the Bradford campus with the remains of Arthur Williams, Steve Rainbird, Maggie Allison, Rob Williams, Owen Heathcote and Liz Childs-Clarke. Bits of Helen Copley and Carole Parker joined us on the Monday (18 September) evening : Carole all the way from the Isle of Wight. Thanks to Liz we had already had the pleasure of seeing Marc, Francoise, Barbara Waters, Kari Coleman, Tony Godfrey and Gail Chilman in London. Apologies were received from Gail, Peter Fawcett, Rafael Sala, Liz Arkell, Louise Cowcher, Kim Davis, Val White, Janet Pelly and Julie Godfray, and greetings arrived from a friend of several Mod Langers, colour chemist Rog Harvey in Michigan.
Make Rugby Safer By Leaving It To The Amateur Clubs
Jamie Becks looks at the safety of rugby in a blog post for the Huffington Post
You are invited to visit us at Interplas Birmingham 2017
Opening of new centre set to improve lives
The University of Bradford and the Digital Health Enterprise Zone are launching a new research and innovation centre to develop pioneering relationships between academics, students, businesses and health professionals.