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Salsa dancing can boost brain function, a study carried out by Coventry University academics for BBC One’s The Truth About Getting Fit suggests.
January’s record-breaking transfer spending raises questions about the inequalities within the Premier League, says a Coventry University football finance expert.
Coventry University is playing a major part in a new government backed national initiative to grow and develop digital skills for the current and future needs of industry.
Modern mathematical techniques – similar to those used to analyse social-networking websites - have allowed academics to shed new light on a centuries old debate surrounding the Viking age in Ireland and the famous battle of Clontarf in 1014.
Coventry University is to deliver a new pilot community pharmacy technician training programme. The pilot programme, which is being launched in the West Midlands, is supported by NHS England and Health Education England through the Pharmacy Integration Fund, and will strengthen and diversify the pharmacy workforce and help to improve patient care.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge officially opened Coventry University’s Science and Health Building after following a patient’s entire journey through its innovative healthcare simulations.
A panel discussion at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), to be broadcast live online, is aiming to shed light on the latest developments in the complex refugee and migration crisis in the Mediterranean.
New research from Coventry University and the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) reveals that a bad digging technique can as much as double the load on the joints in the body, leaving people susceptible to chronic injuries.
An academic is to give a talk on how edible insects could help solve the world food crisis - and give her audience the chance to sample fried grasshoppers.
A Coventry University graduate who dedicated his career to helping young people turn away from terrorism has been named African of the Year 2017.
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