This research has been a key influence on the Government Prevent strategy, aimed at preventing terrorism.
The Centre for Applied Childhood Studies has played a major role in tackling the problem of child sexual abuse in the Caribbean.
Researchers have been developing state-of-the-art open-source software used to create and enhance electronic music.
Introducing new audiences to contemporary art and design through the ROTOЯ programme of exhibitions and events.
This research has been incorporated into planning policy and procedures and has influenced international urban planning.
Innovative use of knowledge engineering tools in planning systems.
This research has made a major contribution to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
Tackling real-world engineering problems using the most practical and accessible means possible.
Researchers have proposed a new model for the dispersal of modern humans out of Africa.
Developing and evaluating self-help interventions for NHS staff.
Developing new understanding of issues affecting millions of people globally on a daily basis.
Helping to shape policy and practice in the field of surgical site infection and wound management.
Ensuring that patient safety is a central feature of healthcare from hospitals to home.
Contributing to growth, health and prosperity of regional and national industry.
Performance-led research into the consort of viols and its relationship to the voice.
Intercultural exchange and cultural constructions of identity leading to technical innovations in composition and performance.
Raising awareness of this key figure in regional history, women’s writing and political and cultural engagement.
Building an academic and practitioner community to assist those involved in mediation.
Raising language awareness, linguistic consultancy and communications to assist a wide range of organisations.
Finding a safer, cheaper, more sustainable form of nuclear power to fill the gap of carbon-free nuclear power.
Addressing key issues between lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and state institutions.
Challenging values and beliefs about people who live with mental health issues.
Microbiological research is helping with functional food production, nuclear waste storage and is informing policy.
Improving control and understanding of thermal analytical techniques is making a significant contribution to defence research.
The International Institute for Accelerator Applications - demonstrating the applications of advanced particle accelerator technology.
Developing a better understanding of the accuracy of machines is vital in saving time and energy in industry.
Researchers at Huddersfield are helping to bring about a major cultural shift in how back pain is viewed and treated.
Collaborative Strategic Partnership with BorgWarner Turbo Systems Ltd.
Research has delivered regional and national impact in the field of entrepreneurship and enterprise.
Developing a next-generation student response system which is more affordable for a wider range of users.
Research is helping to maintain the tropical forests of south-west Ethiopia.
Researchers at Huddersfield are improving the surface measurement process to enable the manufacturing of superior products.
Experiences and needs of marginalised young people, including NEETs.
New interdisciplinary methods for systematic archaeological examination of battlefields.