News from 2018
The Rollercoaster of Mental Health in the UK Today
Stephen Williams,Programme Lead in Psychological Therapies looks at Mental Health in the UK
'Nervous, very nervous' 'I was a mix between nervous and excited' 'AAAARRRRRGGGGHHHHH!'
As thousands of students across the country experience the ups and downs of collecting their A Level results on Thursday, they could be forgiven for reflecting on August 16 being National Rollercoaster Day.*
Supporting our students
The University of Bradford is supporting its students through their University journey with a range of services and support.
Priestley's host University of Bradford's next business stars
Yorkshire-based sales and lettings agency, Priestley's, is working in collaboration with our School of Management to support the region's next generation of business stars.
Bradford graduate honoured for blood stem cell charity work
A University of Bradford graduate has been honoured with a Prime Minister's Points of Light Award for her pioneering charity work to increase blood stem cell donations.
Centre for Pharmaceutical Engineering Science wins ICURe Market Validation funding for its innovative 'SelfGel'� Technology
The team at CPES has recently developed "SelfGel" Technology which is a new bioadhesive gelling system. The novel technology was designed to address the challenges faced by current gel based formulations when used in topical applications. Dr Sudhir Pagire, a Research and Knowledge Transfer Officer at the CPES was successful in securing £35,000 of funding from Innovate UK which will be used to accelerate the "Innovation to Commercialisation" journey of the "SelfGel" Technology. This initial funding will enable CPES to carry out market validation of the research-based business idea and Dr. Pagire will also receive intensive support in developing a structured business model.
Archaeologists race against time to save ancient handprints
A group of archaeologists are working against the tide to excavate a Pictish copper smith's workshop located on an Iron Age settlement on the Island of Rousay.
BAFTA honour for Bradford graduate
A University of Bradford graduate who founded a children's gaming company has been honoured by BAFTA for his mentoring of young people.