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As the country gears up for the forthcoming EU referendum, top political commentators are coming to Coventry next week to take part in what is sure to be a lively debate on the subject currently dominating the news agenda.
Coventry University is joining forces with partners across academia, government and industry on a new project to create one of the world’s most advanced environments for connected and autonomous driving.
Coventry University’s Literacy team has teamed up with local schools across the city to introduce an artistic twist on a public space. Incorporating the help of a nationally recognised author, and local schools, to inspire the design of a new BookBench.
International students from Coventry University have helped drive forward the economy of their adopted home.
There will be scenes of carnage in Coventry later this week but people needn’t be alarmed, as the disturbance is all part of a visiting art installation. The Aftermath Dislocation Principle (ADP), a post-riot landscape, created in miniature by celebrated artist Jimmy Cauty, rolls in to Coventry’s University Square this week.
Teaching young children where to put the stress and intonation in words and sentences can have a “significant impact” on their reading progress, new research has revealed.
The team behind Coventry University’s ‘healthy gardeners’ showcase at the Chelsea Flower Show has been awarded a coveted accolade by the event’s judges.
All countries across Europe are being urged to establish national ‘Firearms Focal Points’ to collect, study and share information about firearms and ballistics to help reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by gun crime and terrorism.
Coventry University’s performing arts department will soon receive the added boost of a newly appointed visiting professor, following the continued support of a nationally acclaimed theatre company.
A national scheme to combine university expertise with the commitment of local council leaders, all for the benefit of local communities, is being trialled in Coventry.
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