News from 2018
'Universal' blood test for earlier diagnosis of cancer moves closer to market
UK researchers behind a potential 'universal' liquid biopsy blood test for cancer detection have licensed the technology to an industrial partner to take it to market.
How I helped unmask two Russian spies
Hassan Ugail, Professor of Visual Computing at the University of Bradford, describes his central role in identifying the two men at the heart of the Salisbury novichok poisoning case.
University welcomes top mountaineer
Pakistani top mountaineer, Nazir Sabir, will talk about his outstanding achievements in the mountaineering world at a public lecture at the University of Bradford.
Anti-psychotic drug could treat aggressive breast cancer
A commonly-used anti-psychotic drug could also be effective against triple negative breast cancer, the form of the disease that is most difficult to treat, new research has found.
Obesity: hamsters may hold the clue to beating it
Dr Gisela Helfer explains how hamsters may hold the clue to obesity
University of Bradford kick-off campaign to support local team
University of Bradford staff and students are being encouraged to get behind local side, Bradford Park Avenue, for this year's Non-League Football Day on 13 October.
International conference honours Bradford polymer engineering professor
The University of Bradford has hosted the international P70 conference, bringing polymer engineering experts together from across the world.
'Peace is justice, equality and human rights'�
To celebrate International Day of Peace we asked what peace means to Dr Macaulay
Oddfellows funding makes vital Burns Unit research a reality
Representatives from national friendly society, the Oddfellows visited the Plastic Surgery and Burns Research Unit (PSBRU) at the University of Bradford to present a cheque for £29,000.