The University of Huddersfield Press was established in 2007 to provide an outlet for publication for University authors and to encourage new and aspiring authors to publish in their areas of subject expertise. Producing print books, open access eBooks and academic journals, the Press covers a wide range of subject areas providing a platform for innovative and interdisciplinary research at Huddersfield.
British Journal of Pharmacy
British Journal of Pharmacy is an online peer-reviewed open access journal offering gold open access with no article processing charges (APCs). The Journal aims to publish original research papers, critical reviews and rapid communications on the latest developments in pharmacy.
The journal accepts manuscripts highlighting novel research and development in pharmacy. Submissions can be accepted from a wide array of pharmaceutical sciences, including:
- novel therapeutic targets and molecular pharmacy
- contemporary formulation strategies to improve drug delivery and targeting
- pharmaceutical and medicinal chemistry
- pharmacokinetics and therapeutics
- innovations in teaching pharmacy
Read an in-depth interview with the Editor Hamid Merchant
Have a look at the very first issue of BJPharm
Beerhouses, Brothels and Bobbies – David Taylor
Professor David Taylor has established a fine reputation for his books and articles on the history of policing in England. This new book on Huddersfield policing looks at the mid-nineteenth century and issues facing the local area in relation to policing a centre of West Riding textile production.
The Making of a University – John O’Connell
This book is a record of the development of an institution with a remarkable history. The University’s foundations go back to the early part of the nineteenth century when the local Huddersfield community decided it wanted a place of learning to promote the education of the working classes. Since 1825 development has encompassed a mechanics institution, a female educational institute, a college of technology and a polytechnic, before becoming the University of Huddersfield we know today. The author, the late John O’Connell, was a Professor at Huddersfield and this book draws upon his research which now resides in the University archives.