News from 2019
Tiny ear bones help archaeologists piece together the past
For the first time archaeologists have used the small bones found in the ear to look at the health of women and children from 160 years ago.
Scholarships help students take their career to the next level
The University of Bradford’s School of Management is offering a whole host of scholarships to help people further their career, or start a new one, with postgraduate study.
New cross-sector partnership to boost Leeds City Region healthtech sector
More than three million citizens across the Leeds City Region are set to benefit as senior leaders from the healthtech industry, the regional enterprise partnership, the NHS, local authorities, and five universities announced a dynamic, new partnership to accelerate health technology innovation.
University of Bradford joins AWS Academy
The University of Bradford has successfully joined the prestigious worldwide AWS Academy program from Amazon Web Services (AWS) as part of a distinctive university offering.
First researchers getting ready to move into new Wolfson centre
The first researchers will soon be moving into a new Bradford-based centre set to improve the health and wellbeing of children and the elderly.
Bradford Physiotherapy team wins national award for teaching excellence
The Physiotherapy and Sport Rehabilitation team at the University of Bradford has been recognised nationally with a Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) from AdvanceHE, the most prestigious team award available for learning and teaching in Higher Education.
Bradford alumnus honoured at the Duke of York Awards
A recent alumnus of the University of Bradford received Royal approval from HRH The Duke of York for demonstrating ‘remarkable entrepreneurship’ after founding his company, Bradford Diwan.
New Vice-Chancellor at the University of Bradford
Professor Shirley Congdon has today (1 August 2019) officially taken over as the University of Bradford’s new Vice-Chancellor.
How can you reliably spot a fake smile? Ask a computer
Real and fake smiles can be tricky to tell apart, but researchers at the University of Bradford have now developed computer software that can spot false facial expressions.