Eco-Valve – the University’s ‘next-generation aerosol’ technology has achieved its first major commercial breakthrough in Europe.
Interest has been growing in the technology which allows the use of compressed gas as a propellant in place of the more environmentally-damaging propane and butane.
COMPUTING undergraduates from Salford University scooped the prize in a coding competition at the Manchester Science Festival.
SOUND quality on phones, video recorders and dictaphones is often poor; distorted or noisy with garbled speech or indistinct music.
Now, acoustic scientists at the University of Salford have developed an algorithm to improve user-generated recordings, after tests revealed the extent to which consumers are struggling to control quality.
PROLIFIC pollution researcher Miklas Scholz has had a 2nd edition of a textbook published by Elsevier.
Congratulations to Professor Nigel Linge, who has been made an Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Telecommunications Professionals (ITP).
BOOK your place now for the scientific debate of the year!
Science Question Time comes to Salford on Thursday, 22 October at 6pm as part of the Manchester Science Festival.
SALFORD University will be hosting some of the star attractions at the 2015 Manchester Science Festival when it gets underway next week.
The University of Salford is leading a Euro-Palestinian initiative to create the nation’s first higher degree in Electrical Engineering.
If you thought your phone bill was expensive, UK telecoms regulator Ofcom just announced an inflation-busting price hike that will triple the licence fees paid by UK mobile network operating companies. The likes of EE, O2, Vodafone and Three must pay the government to use the 900MHz and 1800MHz radio frequency spectrum bands, which from October next year will cost the industry £199.6m per year.