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The design of gardening tools and their effect on the physical health of gardeners were explored by Coventry University and the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) this week as part of a joint study the two organisations are carrying out.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby will be delivering a public lecture at Coventry University on Tuesday 3 February.
High-profile sports teams and personalities are struggling to get to grips with social media and its commercial potential, according to an expert in sport business strategy.
Why are children from poor neighbourhoods more likely to be subject to a child protection intervention than those living in better off areas? And is deprivation the primary cause? That is what a comprehensive new research programme led by Coventry University and funded by the Nuffield Foundation aims to find out.
As the UK and US announce increased cooperation on cybersecurity – particularly around the banking sector – a Coventry University expert has warned that financial firms need to focus more on the human element of cybersecurity rather than just the technical safeguards.
Coventry University has awarded the £37 million contract to build its flagship new Science and Health Building to BAM Construction.
An overseas charity led by Coventry University is helping to feed some of the poorest people in Cape Town, South Africa by giving out handy home cookers to make their mealtimes cheaper.
A trip to the dentists didn't prove to be painful for a former Coventry University student – instead of a filling, he left with an idea for a new business.
The team behind a new app that will support the learning of disabled workers has been given a funding boost by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) to progress its concept from idea to reality.
A government initiative for assessing the quality of research across all UK higher education institutions has rated significant areas of Coventry University's research as 'world leading' and 'internationally excellent'.
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