New issue of Discover magazine

Thu, 17 Mar 2016 02:20:00 GMT

The Spring 2016 issue of Discover magazine has just been published online. This magazine looks at the stories behind the exciting research at the University of Huddersfield, and invites you to find out how this work affects the world we all live in.

Here is a summary of this issue’s articles:

International musical collaborationDiscover

The world of experimental music using instruments and electronics may not top the charts, but with a collaborative project between the University of Huddersfield and the Université de Montréal and McGill University in Canada, this niche genre can be enjoyed by a wider audience. Read more  

Meeting the demands of the public relations and communications industryDiscover

There has never been a more challenging yet exciting time for the public relations and communication industry. Its rapid growth in recent years has resulted in the need to identify and develop talented professionals to work in this field. In 2014/15 public relations agencies alone experienced a global growth of 7% and are now worth some $13.5bn, up from $12.5bn in 2013. Read more  

Crime scene investigation benefits from advances in forensic scienceDiscover

Advances in the forensic analysis of body fluids found at crime scenes are helping to identify those guilty of a crime as well as preventing miscarriages of justice.  Read more 

Discover Mixing It: The Changing Faces of Wartime Britain

Britain’s stand against Hitler meant that the country saw the largest and most diverse inward migration in its history, as millions of people either fled the Nazis or came to join the fight against Germany and its allies. Read more

There is a comment section at the end of each article where you can submit comments and questions.

Look out for the next issue in June 2016.

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