University of Huddersfield Opens £370,000 Crime Busting Unit the Secure Societies Institute

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World class researchers will now be able to work more closely and productively with each other, thanks to the opening of the £370,000 Secure Societies Institute (SSI) at the University of Huddersfield.


The centre is now in the process of drawing up bids for research funding from major bodies, including the EU’s Horizon 2020 framework.

Other academics to work in the SSI centre include Dr Dagmar Heinrich as its research fellow, a senior research fellow plus two PhD students, while another three students will also be recruited.

Period2 Feb 2015

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