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Professor Hazel Barrett considers the issue of female genital mutilation (FGM) and why - despite it being illegal in the UK for nearly 30 years - there have been no convictions.
Four students from Coventry School of Art and Design have made it on to the shortlist for the Penguin Design Award 2013.
Professor Neil Renwick, international expert on global security and development, takes a look at the new diplomatic state of play in East Asia following last week's World Economic Forum in Burma.
Students from across the UK and Ireland will be competing in an engineering contest with an altruistic purpose at Coventry University on Thursday 13 June 2013.
Over 40 students from Coventry University will be making their way to Moscow at the end of June to volunteer at the sixth annual Rugby Sevens world cup tournament.
Coventry University has made another leap up the league tables with a rise of 13 places in the Guardian University Guide 2014 national rankings, marking the institution out as the number one modern university in the UK.
Coventry University has been awarded the HR Excellence in Research Award from the European Commission.
What are the issues facing metrology in manufacturing and can we find the drivers? The metrology community try to find some answers. By Brendan Coyne.
An automotive design student from Coventry University is proposing an ambitious plan to improve motorsport's green credentials as part of his final year Degree Show project.
The Dean of Engineering and Computing at Coventry University has been named a judge for the first ever architecture prize recognising women’s excellence and contribution to the profession in Iraq.
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