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Research Impact

Research News

These are some of our most recent research project successes. Read more research impact stories in our research archive, on our research blog, or in our research and innovation newsletter.

Research Blog

Our research blog hosts articles written by our academics on their research strengths, or stories written about our researchers and their successes.

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13 Academics 

A new series of research articles from 13 academics at the University of Bradford - find out more about what is coming soon, featured academics and the current academic of the month

Covid 19 Research

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the University of Bradford invested in 21 research projects that deliver contributions to the understanding and response to COVID-19 and its impact in the City and the region. 

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International Research

The wellbeing of people across the globe is at the heart of everything we do.  We place great importance on using our research to find solutions to worldwide problems such as poverty, poor health, climate change, energy and water supply, food security, and conflict.

We work with international charities, companies, universities, government partners, and communities to improve our research.  By doing this we develop stronger solutions that have local relevance.

Our international research strategy is focussed on developing:

  • Sustainable societies where war, conflict, energy, food, water and other resources are scarce; and weak governance and economic models have led to corruption and inequalities.
  • Long-term effective healthcare solutions, tackling health inequalities in developing countries, reducing avoidable illness and deaths, and enhancing health and care interventions in the community.
  • Sustainable cities and communities by improving air quality, clean water and sanitation, sustainable energy, responsible consumption and production, and engineering solutions that are affordable and reusable.

Find out more about our international research >>