A consortium of the UK’s leading researchers in aerosol science, including a University of Hertfordshire research team led by Professor Darragh Murnane and Dr Victoria Hutter, was announced this week as one of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council’s (EPSRC) new national Centres for Doctoral Training. Professor Darragh Murnane has been named as Deputy Director of the new Centre for EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Aerosol Science.
7 February 2019
Thursday 31 January saw the first ever ‘Class of 2018 reunion’ at the Kanaloa club in London.
5 February 2019
The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) has awarded over £35,000 to an innovative project between the University of Hertfordshire and Juntendo University, Japan, which will focus on understanding the benefits and constraints of physical activity-based programmes for older women, particularly those living with dementia.
22 January 2019
The University of Hertfordshire has launched a three year Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Consort Medical – Bespak Drug Delivery Devices, a global market leader in the development and manufacturing of drug delivery devices.
10 December 2018
The findings of a world-leading study into the most effective decontamination process following a chemical attack, led by Professor Rob Chilcott of the University of Hertfordshire, has led to the development of new guidance that will significantly enhance the effectiveness of first responders.
18 October 2018
MA Creative Writing graduates have novels shortlisted for prestigious prize.
17 October 2018
Professor John Lippitt has taken up a visiting research fellowship in the USA as part of this Major Research Project.
17 October 2018
On Friday 12 October, Labour MEP Alex Mayer visited the University of Hertfordshire to discuss the innovative 6 million-pound Hertfordshire Science Partnership (HSP).
15 October 2018
The world’s first international network to research how the Internet affects mental health and wellbeing has set out its research priorities over the next four years. The Manifesto for a European Research Network into Problematic Usage of the Internet has been published today (Tuesday 9 October) in the peer-reviewed journal, European Neuropsychopharmacology.
9 October 2018
A staff member in the School of Life and Medical Sciences has been awarded a prestigious fellowship from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society
18 September 2018
School of Humanities, and Adam J Barker, Lecturer, Human Geography, School of Life and Medical Sciences, have been appointed to the prestigious positions of Adjunct Research Professors with the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
18 September 2018
10 September 2018
Increasing female leadership in sport is the most urgent issue that needs to be addressed in order to reduce inequality in the sporting profession and encourage more women to participate in sport, according to a global research report exploring women and sport that our academics have worked on.
8 August 2018
An international study into the sizes of oriental cuckoo eggs compared with the egg sizes of their four corresponding hosts in Russia has shown, for the first time, that cuckoos vary the size of their eggs to match those of their hosts, providing evidence of evolutionary adaptation.
6 August 2018