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Coventry University is up seven places in the 2014 Complete University Guide league table published today, and it also ranks in the UK’s top 10 for degrees in the field of food science.
Coventry University is set to lead a Europe-wide project which aims to put an end to the illegal practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), after it was awarded funding to continue research into the issue.
A short film created by recent graduates of Coventry University’s media production course has been shortlisted for an award at one of America’s leading lifestyle film festivals.
Research by Coventry academics has revealed that meal recipes promoted by celebrity chefs in Britain could be a hidden contributing factor to the country’s obesity epidemic and associated public health concerns.
Manchester United have been signing off new sponsorship deals in the boardroom almost as regularly as they have been winning matches on the field on their way to a record 20th English soccer title.
Prof David Bailey presents Professorial Lecture on Drivers of Change in the Global Automotive Industry.
An academic from Coventry University’s School of Art and Design is up for an illustrious award after his painting was selected for a top exhibition in London’s National Portrait Gallery.
Coventry University will be attending a conference in Birmingham on Tuesday 23rd April which showcases the work being undertaken all over Europe to encourage innovation and sustainable growth.
Performing arts students will be showcasing their work to the public as part of Coventry School of Art and Design’s Degree Show 2013.
Professor Nigel Berkeley (Director of Surge) joined Annie Othen on BBC Coventry & Warwickshire Radio this morning to provide expert comment on the demand for electric cars and why the private consumer is still reluctant to buy.
Professor Berkeley featured on the show at around 10.40am
Click here to hear the show on the BBC website.
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