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A team of Antarctic record-breakers have visited Coventry University for scientific testing to find out how their bodies changed during their treacherous expedition.
Coventry University’s community focussed subsidiary CU Social Enterprise CIC is offering up to £10,000 to help local people develop business ideas to tackle social issues in the city.
Coventry University students got their hands dirty for a good community cause with a day spent clearing riverbanks and conserving tourist hot spots.
Students, charities, and running clubs across the city have come together to celebrate the approaching Coventry Half Marathon.
A doctor who fought to bring free healthcare to millions of families in Indonesia is behind new Coventry University scholarships to help others follow his path and make a real difference to the lives of Indonesians.
For decades many people have claimed meditation can change how we behave towards others and make us more compassionate.
Researchers have developed a new tool which could benefit organisations and their staff by assessing employees’ beliefs about how they manage challenging and stressful situations at work.
Salsa dancing can boost brain function, a study carried out by Coventry University academics for BBC One’s The Truth About Getting Fit suggests.
January’s record-breaking transfer spending raises questions about the inequalities within the Premier League, says a Coventry University football finance expert.
Coventry University is playing a major part in a new government backed national initiative to grow and develop digital skills for the current and future needs of industry.
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