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Students from Coventry University’s School of Art and Design are putting on a dance performance with a difference this week.
Students at Coventry University have been put through their paces in a gruelling 'boot camp' challenge in the Lake District led by former NASA astronaut Michael Foale CBE.
Coventry University has risen a further seven places to 51st overall in the Complete University Guide 2015 league table published today, and several of its subject fields excel with seven areas ranked in the UK's top 20.
Coventry University will be the venue for discussions with some of the world’s leading health reporters next week.
A new study by sports scientists at Coventry University shows that anxiety about a competitive situation makes even the most physically active of us more likely to slip-up.
On 29 April over 85 companies from across Europe met with 22 mentors and 18 investors at the Accelerating Cross-border programme (ACE) summit in Brussels for the ‘New Frontiers for European Entrepreneurs’ event.
The conference focusses on ‘Current issues in Human Factors/Ergonomics in New Zealand’ but invites worldwide perspectives that might inform some of the challenges New Zealand will face in the future.
A member of Coventry University’s teaching staff is in contention for a prestigious national nursing award.
Anew book by Dr Alex Stedmon which has been designed as a resource that is accessible to a wide readership, integrating leading research and knowledge from around the world across a diverse range of areas within the scope of Human Factors and Psychology.
Performing arts students from Coventry University’s School of Art and Design will be showcasing their work from next week as part of the University’s annual Degree Show.
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