Cutting-edge contemporary and experimental music from Korea to Canada and beyond will be brought together next month when the University of Salford hosts the fourth Salford Sonic Fusion Festival.
A University of Salford academic is heading to Kenya to work as the camp physiotherapist to the British Athletics team.
The University of Salford held a workshop on understanding social enterprises and how they can tackle health inequalities, in partnership with Northern Soul and Glasgow Caledonian University’s Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health.
Research conducted by the University of Salford published today (Monday 19 January) suggests that proper management, choice of location and communication are vital to ensuring the successful integration of Gypsy Traveller sites in Scotland.
A smartphone app, developed by academics at the University of Salford and Lancaster University, to help families make journeys to school more convenient has won an award and £10,000 prize from Research Councils UK.
The University of Salford has ambitious plans to become a world centre of excellence in patient-centred care utilising innovations in digital technology.
Professor Andy Miah, the University of Salford’s Chair in Science Communication and Future Media, is set to appear on a live, televised debate tonight (Thursday 15 January) at MediaCityUK where panellists will attempt to answer the question ‘Should computer games be considered sports?’
An academic from the University of Salford has been chosen to lead a prestigious online course in sports and media run by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Hannah Smith, of the University of Salford's Quays News, reports on the links between technology and dementia, and how the Salford Institute for Dementia hopes to use technology such as robotics in its future work.
Faye, a black Labrador who has helped Salford student Natalie Preston to walk again for the first time in over a decade, has been nominated for the Kennel Club’s prestigious Eukanuba Friends for Life award.
The University of Salford’s Institute for Dementia held its first successful Christmas lunch event for local people living with dementia and their carers or partners on Christmas Day.
The University – including MediaCityUK - will close for Christmas at 5pm on Wednesday 24 December and will re-open after the New Year on Monday 5 January.
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.
The University of Salford’s Director of the Centre for Social Research has been appointed to the newly created role of Her Majesty’s Deputy Chief Inspector of Probation for England and Wales.
The University of Salford’s ground-breaking research Institute dedicated to improving the lives of people living with dementia has celebrated its first anniversary, with news that it has exceeded £1m in donations to fund its work.