A telecommunications expert is planning to set a world record as part of a series of Christmas lectures.
The University of Salford has appointed Andy Sutton, the Principal Network Architect at mobile phone and internet provider EE, as a visiting professor working on research projects and with students.
PhD students from the Acoustics Research Centre won ‘best student paper’ prizes at two of the three major international acoustics conferences this year.
The public will be able to have a go at everything from Morse code and an Atari computer to special effects and the Raspberry Pi at a special technology event organised by the University of Salford for Manchester Science Festival
The University of Salford has been shortlisted in three categories at this year’s Green Gowns – a prestigious awards ceremony which celebrates the best environmental and sustainable initiatives at UK universities and colleges.
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A review of global research into problems caused by wind turbines has found that while they do cause annoyance to people through noise and visual impact, there is no evidence of direct health effects.
A team of scientists at the University of Salford has developed an extension of Einstein’s theory of general relativity. This update of Einstein's equations, to appear online in the July edition of the research journal Physical Review , may have major implications for our understanding of galaxies and the universe. It could also have ramifications in distinct areas of theoretical physics that rely on general relativity.
The School of Computing Science & Engineering has this year awarded an honorary degree to Salford graduate Richard Parry-Jones – who over forty years in the car making industry became responsible for designing all of Ford’s cars worldwide.
A University of Salford lecturer is stepping out of the classroom and onto the fields of a key UK music festival after being invited to give a special masterclass at this year’s Kendal Calling Festival.