Cyber-security researcher Abigail McAlpine is undertaking her doctorate under the umbrella of the University’s Secure Societies Institute. Here she comments on the recent discovery that almost any wireless device can now be exposed and vulnerable to an attack after a protocol vulnerability in the WPA2 encryption.
Professor of Sociology and Social Policy and Director of the Centre for Citizenship, Conflict, Identity and Diversity, Professor Surya Monro, who has written extensively on issues surrounding Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual people. Here, she comments on health professionals in England being told to ask patients aged 16 or over about their sexual orientation, under new
Shutterstock Dr Anna Williams is a Principal Enterprise Fellow in Forensic Anthropology, University of Huddersfield. In early September she attended the British Science Festival to talk about why UK academics need their own “body farm” – an outdoor laboratory where forensic scientists can study the processes of human decomposition. The Conversation were there to interview Dr Williams
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With expertise from Child Psychologist Dr Paige Davis (pictured left from the University of Huddersfield), Bob Nicholson (Edge Hill University), Kate Fox (University of Leeds), Justin H G Williams (University of Aberdeen) and Cate Watson (University of Stirling), the ‘Humour Me’ podcast explores how our humour develops as we grow up and also looks at the
Dmitry Burlakov/Shutterstock Dr Julie Davies is the HR subject group leader in the University of Huddersfield’s Department of Management and has written an article for The Conversation with David Fahey who is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Huddersfield where his research interests focus on the psychology of executive pay. From recent findings they suggest, rather than bashing