Two researchers from the Centre for Disaster Resilience have secured over £80,000 worth of funding to explore how cities in Malaysia can become resilient against climate change.
Women demonstrating emotional intelligence in the workplace is an important part of leadership and should be valued by organisations and business, in Abu Dhabi and beyond, says Professor Amanda Broderick, Pro-Vice Chancellor (International Priorities) and Dean of Salford Business School, UK.
'SalfordUAE' (Part Three):
His Excellency Sheikh Ahmed bin Ateyatalla Al Khalifa, Minister for Follow-Up in the Bahrain Royal Court, was presented with an ‘Alumni Achievement Award’ by his alma mater, the University of Salford, UK, on Tuesday 16 March 2015.
A team of student computer game developers from the University of Salford has impressed judges at the national final of a global student technology competition run by Microsoft.
'SalfordUAE' (Part Two):
The University of Salford is pleased to announce Lady Barbara Judge CBE as the newest member of the ‘Salford UAE Advisory Board’.
A University of Salford academic and Masters student are heading to China this week to work as event physiotherapists for Team GB at the World Cross Country Championships.
‘Salford-UAE’ Series (Part One): Update from the second meeting of the University of Salford 'UAE Advisory Board', held in Abu Dhabi on Sunday 15 March 2015.
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.
Professor Andrew Rowland, Honorary Professor at the University of Salford and Consultant in Paediatric Emergency Medicine at North Manchester General Hospital (part of The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust), this week attended a Reception at Buckingham Palace, hosted by Her Majesty The Queen on Wednesday 18th March.
Following a record number of entries, the shortlist for the 2015 North West Regional Construction Awards (NWRCA) 2015 has been announced.
University of Salford students found their singing voice when they picked up the microphone for a 12 hour ‘karaoke marathon’ for comic relief.
Alastair Campbell believes there is a problem with the “gene pool” of politics, and that political parties need the expertise of businesspeople to operate more effectively and to better understand and reflect the needs of voters.
A University of Salford lecturer has scored a top ten hit, after taking up drumming duties on ‘Keep Enough’, a track from the Charlatans latest album ‘Modern Nature’.
The University of Salford is to host an award ceremony and exhibition of the only collection of contemporary artwork dedicated to the subject of childbirth.