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Government science advisor and leading physicist to receive university honorary award Government Science Advisor And Leading Physicist To Receive University Honorary Award

Government science advisor and leading physicist will receive an honorary doctorate from the university where he chaired the Advisory Board of the successful EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Advanced Metrology. Professor Sir Peter Knight will receive the award of Honorary Doctorate of the University of Huddersfield for his “outstanding…

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Posted on Jun the 3rd
By Melissa Baker

  • Northern Ireland Assembly Preaches Integration, But Still Segregates Classes By Sectarian Background In ‘shared Schools’

    “...80 per cent of those surveyed in the Protestant and Catholic communities would support fully-integrated schools...” DESPITE a backdrop of relative peace and stability, today’s Northern Ireland Assembly is showing less commitment to integrated schooling than its precursor in the violence-torn 1970s, according to Dr Shaun McDaid of the University…

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  • Iceland Boss Malcolm Walker To Receive University Honorary Award

    The Huddersfield-man who pioneered the frozen food supermarket chain Iceland will receive an honorary doctorate from his hometown University. Malcolm Walker will receive the award of Honorary Doctorate of the University of Huddersfield for his “outstanding contribution to world of commerce and entrepreneurship, and for his philanthropic work” and will…

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  • The UK’s Former Director General Of Knowledge And Innovation To Receive University Honorary Award

    Sir John O’Reilly will receive the award of Honorary Doctorate of the University for his “outstanding contribution to science and technology on a national and international level” and will collect his award at the University’s July Awards Ceremonies. Sir John is a Chartered Engineer specialising in the field of information…

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  • John Hayes Frames Student’s Portrait In His Parliament Office

    Talented Level 3 Art and Design student Megan Vellam from Spalding has had one of her portraits framed by South Holland and The Deepings MP John Hayes in his cabinet office in Westminster. As part of her course Megan was asked to draw portraiture and in the midst of the…

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  • The £6.5 Million Track To The Future Rail Project Underway

    The University’s Institute of Railway Research will constructing new test facilities to focus on developing switches and crossings that “last longer and require much less maintenance” SWITCHES and crossings are widely used in railways to guide trains to their correct route. They are the most vulnerable components of the rail…

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  • Student’s Set To Create A Business Broadcasting Public Health Advice To Africa, Following Interest From The BBC

    Calls to My Sister conveys health education messages to African audiences via simulated phone calls between Huddersfield graduate Mary Kolu Massaquoi and her sister RADIO listeners in African countries have enjoyed tuning into lively broadcasts that consist of phone chats between sisters which always include valuable information and advice about…

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  • £520,000 HLF Funding For Holocaust Heritage And Learning Centre For The North At The University Of Huddersfield

    The Heritage Lottery Fund will enable the Holocaust Survivors’ Friendship Association to create a Holocaust Heritage and Learning Centre for the North, located at the University’s Heritage Quay The University of Huddersfield is set to become a major regional centre for study of the Holocaust, enabling huge numbers of teachers,…

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  • £850k To Look At Radiation Damage In Nanoporous Nuclear Materials

    “...a solution is to dispel defects and gas atoms so that the material is able to recover from the damage – in effect repair itself...” SCIENTISTS are investigating the use of man-made sponge-like materials as a new way of solving important engineering challenges for future generations of nuclear reactors, such…

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  • Women MPs And Women’s Issues Are “largely Invisible” In The Election Campaign

    According to new research, "92% of articles featured just men, 92% of politicians quoted were men and 95% of accompanying photographs featured male politicians...” AT the height of the election campaign, Prime Minister’s wife Samantha Cameron earned more coverage than women who were actually standing for Parliament. And female politicians…

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