News from 2018
Land speed entrepreneur urges Britain to take risk on small companies driving innovation
The British failure to educate, to take risks and focus on the potential of small companies will cost the next generation dear and with Brexit looming we need to take British manufacturing way past the current and embarrassing 8% of GDP.
Centre for Pharmaceutical Engineering Science wins ICURe Market Validation funding for its innovative 'FastAct' Technology
The team at CPES has recently developed "FastAct" Technology which is a ground breaking invention related to enhanced bioavailability of drugs. FastAct is targeted to address poorly soluble actives in the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and agrochemical sectors.
UK-India project combats infections threat with diagnostics
A £3 million interdisciplinary research project, involving the University of Bradford, is to address the growing threat of drug-resistant infections in India.
Bradford and iBridge launch UK-China healthcare technology accelerator programme
The University of Bradford is teaming up with iBridge TT International Limited, a Chinese technology transfer company focusing on health and bioscience, to establish a new programme that will enable UK technology teams to accelerate the launch of their healthcare technologies and products into China and global markets.
'You can achieve anything' Bradford Vice-Chancellor tells new students at Central South University, China
University of Bradford Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Cantor has welcomed over 15,000 students to the new term at Central South University (CSU) in Changsha, China.
Generous donation helps in quest for safe cancer treatments
The University of Bradford has received over £30,000 from the region's Freemasons to help them in the discovery of new cancer treatments.
Basic Phlebotomy Skills Course 3- 4 October 2018
The University of Bradford are running a 2 day course in October to train in phlebotomy, the process of making an incision in a vein with a needle.
What Anglo Saxon teeth can tell us about modern health
Evidence from the teeth of Anglo Saxon children could help identify modern children most at risk from conditions such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease.
Student nominates PhD supervisor for prestigious award
A University of Bradford professor has been shortlisted for Outstanding Research Supervisor of the Year