THE ENVIRONMENTAL Health agenda is an important plank of research for Salford University with links to scholarship in biology, ecology, geography, conservation and urbanism.
Today, we proudly host the future of Health and Safety Conference, chaired by Carole Conroy, and presenting Richard Judge, Chief Executive of the HSE as the keynote speaker.
A SALFORD scientist is part of a worldwide group of experts tackling the latest disease to hit the global food trade.
Gene therapy is the ultimate comeback kid. A few weeks ago, it celebrated 25 years since the first trial in humans. Nobody cared. But when it was recently announced that a new type of gene therapy - only ever tested on mice - had been used to treat 17-month-old Layla Richards' leukaemia, everybody cared.
KIDSCAN, the Salford University-based children’s cancer research charity, has awarded £40,000 to a talented local scientist who will pursue groundbreaking research into new leukemia treatments.
A PROJECT to revive one of Britain’s most famous rivers involving the University of Salford is one of three finalists for a European environmental award.
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.
WILD animals – from bears and wolves, to elk and wild boar – star in an interactive ‘show’ about the astonishing resilience of nature, presented by the University of Salford at this year’s Manchester Science Festival.
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A research team at the University of Salford has been awarded just over £80,000 for a pioneering project into a rare form of dementia called frontotemporal dementia.
Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 October (10:00 - 16:00) University of Salford, MediaCityUK campus Free entry, ideal for the whole family
The University of Salford at MediaCityUK mutates into a massive, open doors science experiment, bringing together demos, debates, art/science premieres and Oculus Rift virtual reality experiences. Come along for drawing with drones, play with musical robots, step back in digital history from analogue TV to 4k film, make a bacterial selfie, see a colour changing shrimp, take part in a Science Question Time, and much more!
Bringing little ones to the event? Why not download our competition flyer and bring this along to Salford Science Jam! The best idea will win tickets to the Museum of Science and Industry’s 4D Cinema and lunch in the museum cafe for a family of four.