Innovation

By Chloe Olivia Sladden A drop-in law service operating at the Watford and Hertford Family Courts will be run by Hertfordshire law students, starting in March. The aim is to offer practical support to families/adults without any legal representation, including a new initiative ‘Support at the Court’, according to a …

By Chloe Olivia Sladden The ‘Best Educational Institution’ award was presented to the University (who were up against ten other …

By Fakorede Wuraola Sleeplessness is one of the major problems for students, as we go through our daily activities from …

By Sophia Rodgers. Astronomers from the University of Hertfordshire have recently confirmed the existence of a new frozen planet, known …

By Chloe Sladden Turner The written word has been around for thousands of years, a single phrase could persuade, inspire …

By Chloe Sladden Turner Farida Bedwei, a disability advocate, IT expert and software engineer graduated from Herts university with a …

By Chloe Sladden Turner In 2018, millions of young people have grown up with technology and the internet. This means …

By Zoe Fripp. At the University of Hertfordshire’s annual start-up business awards, Flare, budding entrepreneur Djanomi Headley-Fulani has won £8,000 …

By Mia Dowling As second semester commences on campus, the thought of balancing five assignments (all due in the same …

By Robert Wheatley – Health and Innovation Editor   Insect populations are declining, but representation of women in NASA could …

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