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Warner Bros. offers scholarship to Film and TV student

Warner Bros. offers scholarship to Film and TV student

Warner Bros. has, for the second year running, offered a scholarship to a University of Hertfordshire student as part of Warner Bros. Creative Talent, the company’s commitment to invest in skills and training for the UK creative industries.

20 April 2015
International business status for the University of Hertfordshire

International business status for the University of Hertfordshire

The University of Hertfordshire’s Business School has been awarded the prestigious Association of MBAs (AMBA) accreditation giving it international credibility and status.

17 April 2015
Aphrodisiac for fish and frogs discovered

Aphrodisiac for fish and frogs discovered

A supplement simply added to water has been shown to boost reproduction in nematodes (roundworms), molluscs, fish and frogs – and researchers believe it could work for humans too.

16 April 2015

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    Local student gets Great Britain call up

    Local student gets Great Britain call up

    A local student has been chosen to represent Great Britain this summer at Tom’s Tourney, a three-day international Ultimate Frisbee competition.

    15 April 2015

  • University develops new cloud-based connected car system

    University develops new cloud-based connected car system

    The University of Hertfordshire has recently launched a new cloud-based connected car system which will use satellite positioning to track a car’s location and assess data collected for potential dangers.

    13 April 2015

  • Ketamine found to alleviate depression

    Ketamine found to alleviate depression

    Researchers at the University of Hertfordshire have found that Ketamine, which has a reputation as an illicit ‘recreational’ drug, has an extremely large depression reducing effect. Although Ketamine has been in medical use for 50 years as an anaesthetic, the past few years has seen it being trialled as a treatment for major and bipolar depression.

    9 April 2015

  • Students raise record-breaking £13,000 for cancer charity

    Students raise record-breaking £13,000 for cancer charity

    A group of five second year event management students have raised over £13,000 for the charity Sarcoma UK by organising a glamorous fundraiser gala on a zero budget.

    8 April 2015

  • Computer Science student wins national award

    Computer Science student wins national award

    Daniel Barry, a second year Master of Engineering student at the University of Hertfordshire and former Corporal in the Air Training Corps, has been awarded the 2015 ‘Outstanding Information Technology Student Prize’ by the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists (WCIT).

    7 April 2015

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