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.
The distinguished career of Professor Sunil Vadera was honoured at the British Indian Awards last week (16 May) at a ceremony in Birmingham.
The world’s first 4K world’s first user upgradable 4K digital film camera will receive its UK premiere at a University of Salford conference about the latest 4K Ultra HD TV technology.
The annual Dean’s research showcase will take place on Wednesday 18 June 2014 at the Digital Performance Lab (DPL) at the MediaCity campus.
Manchester New Economy hosted a lively debate about the future of energy efficient housing on 11 March 2014.
The Zero Carbon Hub has released a recent report with regards to closing the energy performance gap between houses as they are modelled and as they are built.
For the second year running, Salford has been ranked in the top 101-150 bracket for its civil and structural engineering courses in the QS World University Rankings by Subject survey.
SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, which promotes an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light, has appointed Professor Allan Boardman to be the Chair of its Plasmonics: Metallic Nanostructures and Their Optical Properties XII conference in San Diego, California, USA between 17 and 21 August 2014.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Martin Hall travelled to the House of Commons with the Dean of the College of Health & Social Care, Professor Maggie Pearson, and the Rt Hon Hazel Blears, MP for Salford and Eccles, to brief senior politicians, journalists, dementia charities and representatives from the health industry about the importance of the Salford Institute for Dementia's research.
Professor of Acoustic Engineering, Trevor Cox, has broken the world record for the longest echo.