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    Coventry University forges Shanghai Automotive links
    Coventry University forges Shanghai Automotive links

    The West Midlands’ relationship with China is set to receive a further boost following the landmark signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Coventry University and the Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC).

    A graduate of Coventry University’s Vehicle Design course has scooped top honours at this year’s Pilkington Vehicle Design Awards at the Royal College of Art, for his new concept on the modern family car that uses iPad-style technology.

    A graduate of Coventry University’s Vehicle Design course has scooped top honours at this year’s Pilkington Vehicle Design Awards at the Royal College of Art, for his new concept on the modern family car that uses iPad-style technology. 

    Coventry University has appointed Professor Mike Hardy as the new Executive Director for the Institute of Community Cohesion (iCoCo).

    Coventry University, in partnership with Coventry City Council, has officially been awarded ‘Living Labs’ status by the Brussels-based European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL), making it one of only three UK sites to be granted the status in 2011.

    Green award for Coventry University’s Phoenix Racing Formula Student team
    Green award for Coventry University’s Phoenix Racing Formula Student team

    Coventry University’s Phoenix Racing team has won the Shell-sponsored award for the ‘Most Fuel-efficient Car’ in the premier class of the 2011 Formula Student championship.

    The economic impact of Rugby World Cup 2011
    The economic impact of Rugby World Cup 2011

    CIBS associate and researcher, Dr Dave Arthur, discusses the economic impact of the RWC 2011 with Stuart Cameron, vice president, Regional Marketing, Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa, MasterCard Worldwide.

    Coventry University and The BBC College of Journalism are to hold an international conference looking at the 2011 uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa.

    Two top test pilots will be coming to Coventry next week as the University plays host to IT FLIES, Merlin Flight Simulation Group’s Aircraft Design and Handling Competition 2011.

    Clear break with the past was needed, says iCoCo.

    The Institute of Community Cohesion (iCoCo) at Coventry University says that the UK Government’s new Prevent strategy is a missed opportunity and that a clear break with the past strategy was needed.

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