Tickets for the School of Computing, Science and Engineering’s upcoming end of year celebration – the Newton Ball - are now on sale now and can be purchased from the Students’ Union events page.
Technology developed by a specialist research team at the University of Salford looks set to revolutionise the global aerosol industry, following agreements to run commercial trials of the technology by some of the industry’s biggest names.
BlackBerry, once the must-have device for the sweaty palms of executives and wannabe executives everywhere, has seen its global share of the smartphone market fall to below 1%. So would you still buy this unpopular phone? If you live in parts of Africa, India or Indonesia, the answer is “hell, yes”.
A student has been awarded the BBC Technology Apprentice of the Year award and, thanks to taking part in an innovative apprenticeship partnership with the broadcaster, is promised a bright career in the broadcast industry.
A revolutionary eco-friendly aerosol valve system developed at the University of Salford won the Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology Award at the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards this week.
Don’t miss a weekend of family-friendly fun at our high-tech campus at MediaCityUK, Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 October, drop-in between 10:00am - 4:00pm. Entrance is free to all visitors.
Visitors to the free Salford Science weekender on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 October are invited to take part in an interactive artwork to illustrate the spread of infectious diseases, as part of Manchester Science Festival.
University of Salford, Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 October, drop-in between 10:00am - 4:00pm
Manchester United’s Class of ’92 and Salford City FC agree unique partnership with University of Salford
The Class of ’92 and the University of Salford have agreed a partnership which will see students and academics heavily involved in the development of Salford City FC, the Old Trafford Supporters’ Club and Hotel Football.
University of Salford academics have published a study which shows that the flow of fresh water to Iraq via the Diyala River has been depleted by man-made regulation at its source in Iran, and have called for a treaty to protect Iraq's water supply.