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    Two of Coventry University’s applied research institutes are collaborating to launch a new app design and evaluation service for smart phone and tablet devices.

    As the IPCC announces its intention to review the way it deals with police contact deaths, the film that’s been asking questions about deaths in custody for over 10 years is set to be screened at the Bristol Radical Film Festival (27 February – 4 March 2012).

    Media Production students from Coventry University have set themselves the ultimate movie-making challenge of creating a crowd-funded, full-length feature film to be shot on location in the UK and in California.

    Green-fingered locals are being invited to come along to Coventry University on Tuesday to learn about how to use their garden to grow a range of edible foods

    An international film festival celebrating East Asian cinema will see Coventry University’s Ellen Terry Building revert to a picture palace for the first time since the Coventry Odeon closed its doors over 12 years ago.

    JISC has funded the development of a Word Tree interface for the corpus.

    Coventry University is inviting the public to join a panel of prominent media figures for a no-holds-barred debate on the state of British journalism following the phone hacking scandal.

    A new initiative backed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) will provide a boost for West Midlands-based companies looking to develop low carbon technologies for the niche automotive sector.

    Coventry University, in partnership with BT plc and The National Archives (TNA), has been awarded almost £745,000 by major UK funding agency JISC to create a digitised online version of BT’s physical archive, containing much of the information currently held in London.

    A new research and development centre that will play a leading role in alleviating rural poverty and ensuring food and water security worldwide is being launched by Coventry University and charity Garden Organic.

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