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More than 30 scientists from Coventry University and the University of Warwick will take part in the Pint of Science festival.
A study by Coventry University academics has found a lack of awareness among midwives and health professionals of the conditions.
Academics have identified four types of employees who can become a threat to their companies – and explained the reasons why their workplace behaviour declines.
Staff and students cycled on exercise bikes in a team relay covering 874 miles – the distance between the two UK landmarks – in two hours and 57 minutes.
It has been recognised for a project that has improved teaching across the whole university.
A new Formula One simulator is giving the next generation of motorsport engineers a realistic experience of working for a race team without leaving their university building.
Films addressing the increasing problem of food poverty in Coventry and how the farming industry is preparing for Brexit will be screened in the city.
The university scooped the Outstanding Innovation and Delivery honour at the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) HE Awards.
Coventry University students and staff will benefit from a new three-year partnership with Santander which will provide financial support for international and entrepreneurial opportunities.
The project, which involves Coventry University and its community interest company CU Social Enterprise, aims to improve migrants’ and refugees’ sense of belonging.
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