The survival rate of UK cancer patients has doubled in the last half century. But non-selective radiation treatment may cause damage to healthy cells and tissue. In Salford NanoLab, within […]
The latest in our series of blogs for World Cancer Day 2018 looks at the work of Dr Melanie Flint from the University of Brighton to investigate the relationship between […]
Although great progress in the management and treatment of cancer has been made, the need for better approaches for the early diagnosis and better treatment of this terrible disease remains. [&hell...
Four. That is my personal number. The number of people that influenced my life in various ways and have been diagnosed with the dreaded C word: cancer. Some are still […]
This report comes at an opportune moment. Not just educational policy, but the future of the country’s economy, is at a crossroads. The Government has just published its long-awaited Industrial [&h...
One of the prevailing values that guides my work and that of the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice is fighting injustice on behalf of those who need it most […]
Alliance universities are no strangers to change. Whilst most of our member institutions are comparatively ‘new’ as universities, all have longer histories of their own, with the majority founded i...
The results are in – the 2017 University Alliance Christmas Card has been chosen. The front cover of our card was designed by Georgie Underwood, a third year student studying […]
In October of this year I was appointed as the National Director for University Alliance’s Doctoral Training Alliance (DTA) programme. In my application for the role I had reflected on […]
As we’re nearing the end of the first year of operations for the Teaching Excellence Alliance (TEA) it’s timely to engage in a little reflection, look at developments to date […]