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    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.

    Prof Nigel Berkeley of SURGE on BBC Radio
    Prof Nigel Berkeley of SURGE on BBC Radio

    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.

    The West Midlands ‘Metrology for Industry’ initiative, which is supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and delivered by Coventry University Enterprises, is being launched to assist organisations in the region that are looking to improve accuracy and efficiency in production processes.

    JICA incorporate recommendations from Mid-Term Review of the Kabul Metropolitan Area Project
    JICA incorporate recommendations from Mid-Term Review of the Kabul Metropolitan Area Project

    CPRS Consult and Cooperation for Peace & Unity NGO in Afghanistant collaborated on a mid-term review of a post-conflict urban reconstruction project in Kabul.

    Peace in Turkey 2023: The Question of Human Security and Conflict Transformation (Lexington, 2013)
    Peace in Turkey 2023: The Question of Human Security and Conflict Transformation (Lexington, 2013)

    In this new book, Professor Alpaslan Ozerdem, Director of CPRS (with T. Jacoby) explores how the Kurdish conflict could be transformed toward positive peace.

    A former Coventry University student is setting his sights on breaking the record for the world’s quickest electric motorcycle.

    Students from Coventry University have returned from the trip of a lifetime which saw them volunteer to help rejuvenate a deprived school in Jordan and build links with education provider.

    Coventry University’s up and coming computing talent will be displaying their work at the University’s celebrated ‘New Wizards’ film show on Wednesday 24 April 2013.

    How Turkey is emerging as development partner in Africa
    How Turkey is emerging as development partner in Africa

    Turkey has emerged as a generous donor for humanitarian crises across the world over the past five years, especially in the context of Africa.

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