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‘A Just Society for Ireland? 1964-87’, a new academic book by University of Hertfordshire’s Lecturer in History, Ciara Meehan, offers a new account of a critical period in Fine Gael's history when the party was challenged to define its place in Irish politics.
New measurements on the properties and spread of airborne pollen to improve the forecasting of this natural allergen, which affects human health as well as the Earth’s temperature, have been published in a new international study led by Dr Detlef Mueller in the research journal Atmospheric Environment.
Movie giant Warner Bros. has offered a £10,000 scholarship to a University of Hertfordshire student, as part of a major new programme of investment in skills and training for the UK’s creative industries.
A new energy storage system which supports the National Grid to rapidly charge electric cars and utilise local renewable sources is paving the way for a low carbon future.
Graduate showcases her winning sculpture entry for the new Sainsbury’s in Hertford
As part of the tradition of the upcoming Commonwealth Games, the Glasgow 2014 Queen’s Baton Relay was commemorated on the shores of Malaysia, after visiting South Asia and Singapore, on the 18th day of its 288 day tour.
Alyssa wins 2013 Young Entrepreneur Award at local business awards ceremony
A short film commissioned by the University of Hertfordshire and created by World Wide Pictures has won Silver in the category of Film and Video Production Awards/Fundraising at World Fest 2013, an international independent film festival competition for all Film & Video Production & Screenplays.
A project to transform St Albans’ Grade II* Town Hall into a museum and gallery has received a huge boost with the announcement of a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) development grant. The announcement of first phase development funding of £282,000 is a tremendous start for the City project.