University of Hertfordshire in the news
Wearing a Superman t-shirt or a white coat can improve exam performance, researchers from the University of Hertfordshire have found.
Article first published: 31 May 2014
The third annual Times Higher Education 100 under 50 rankings - a look at the world's top 100 universities under 50 years of age shows the University of Hertfordshire rising 15 places to joint 60th.
Article first published: 30 April 2014
TV film critic Mark Kermode has given an exclusive interview ahead of his appearance in Hatfield at the University of Hertfordshire this week.
Article first published: 29 April 2014
Research by University psychologist Professor Richard Wiseman, carried out at the Edinburgh International Science Festival, has discovered what people’s preferred sleeping position reveals about their relationships and personality.
Article first published: 16 April 2014
Greg McClarnon, a 20-year-old business studies student at the Univeristy of Hertfordshire, explains how to choose a university.
Article first published: 22 April 2014
CBT is a recommended treatment for schizophrenia in the UK, but how strong is the evidence that it works? Keith Laws, University of Hertfordshire, suggests it's not as strong as we might hope.
Article first published: 2 April 2014
The number of Brits reporting to be sleep deprived has jumped 50 per cent with many more now using smartphones and computers before bed which can disrupt sleep, the University of Hertfordshire has found.
Article first published: 4 April 2014
Today psychologist Professor Richard Wiseman from the University of Hertfordshire announces the results of a two-year study into dream control. The experiment shows that it is now possible for people to create their perfect dream, and so wake up feeling
Article first published: 27 March 2014
Want to save the planet? These graduates have found jobs in environmental work and say their degrees helped them get there.
Article first published: 11 March 2014
KASPAR is a minimally expressive humanoid robot which has been specifically designed to encourage communication and social interaction between autistic children and their peers.
Article first published: 10 March 2014
Three newly discovered planets classed as super-Earths have been found in the habitable zones of red dwarf stars near our sun. The planets are among eight discovered orbiting nearby dwarf stars by astronomers from the University of Hertfordshire and the
Article first published: 5 March 2014
A moving video about the friendship between a seven year old boy who suffers from a rare debilitating syndrome and his three legged dog.
Article first published: 20 February 2014
Designer Dr Mike Page gives a tour of his creation, the 'Cube house' that takes only four hours to erect and is as easy to build as an Ikea Billy bookcase
Article first published: 17 December 2013