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.
Funding creates new exchange opportunities
The University of Bradford has secured £1m funding from Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility for study and internships abroad for students and staff.
Law School hosts successful networking event
The University of Bradford hosted a networking event which showcased the exciting work that takes place within its School of Law.
University honours eight at graduations
The University of Bradford will honour eight national and international figures with honorary degrees at its forthcoming graduation ceremonies.
Summer school inspires health and social care experts of the future
Young people are being given the opportunity to test out a range of careers in health and social care at the University of Bradford.
University of Bradford leads £1.5m arts award success
A consortium of Bradford organisations and artists has been awarded £1.5 million from Arts Council England for an innovative approach to empowering artists and audiences in the city.
Bradford hosts Channel 4’s Diverse Festival ahead of the broadcaster’s HQ move to the region
Channel 4’s annual DIVERSE Festival will be hosted in Bradford on Monday 17 June, the first time the event has taken place outside of London, and will focus on authentic portrayal on television.
The first archaeological artefacts found during the search for lost prehistoric settlements in the North Sea
During May 2019, an 11-day expedition by European scientists from Belgium and Britain was undertaken to explore three sites of potential geological and archaeological interest in the southern North Sea. Through chance finds by fishermen over many decades, it has long been suspected that the southern North Sea hides a vast landscape that once was home to thousands of people.