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Professor Paul Bywaters , Dr Geraldine Brady (SURGE) and Professor Tim Sparks (SIGMA), have been successful in their proposal to the Nuffield Foundation. The team, along with Elizabeth Bos, are beginning a project which explores ‘Deprivation and Children’s Services Outcomes.
Pupils from the Shottery girls’ grammar school in Stratford-upon-Avon were given a taste of the new teaching and technology facilities at Coventry University’s Engineering and Computing building.
Health Minister Dr Dan Poulter MP visited Coventry University’s Faculty of Health and Life Sciences on Thursday 24 January.
Experts at Coventry University appeal for volunteers for a new study investigating the fate of the 850 workers who lost their jobs when van manufacturer LDV entered administration in June 2009.
Talented students on Coventry University's globally-renowned automotive and transport design course worked with the BBC's Top Gear show to design the smallest car in the world, as driven by Jeremy Clarkson in the first episode of the new Top Gear series yesterday.
Coventry University has officially opened its new London Campus (CULC).
The work of four Coventry School of Art and Design graduates has been selected for New Art West Midlands 2013, a multi-sited exhibition in Birmingham showcasing the best of the region’s emerging artistic talent.
Coventry University welcomed a very special guest on Wednesday as part of the popular Coventry Conversations speaker programme.
A two-day conference, taking place in Amsterdam next month, will bring together world leaders in serious games development and healthcare – helping to advance game technologies that improve health and the delivery of health care.
Coventry University has joined forces with a leading UK healthcare charity, the Anaphylaxis Campaign, to develop a newly launched iPhone app which helps people affected by severe allergic reactions.
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