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    New Coventry University research on security threats announced
    New Coventry University research on security threats announced

    Three Coventry University research projects to address some of the security threats facing the UK have been selected for funding from more than 80 submissions from universities across the country.

    Mind-body interventions (MBIs) such as meditation, yoga and Tai Chi don’t simply relax us; they can ‘reverse’ the molecular reactions in our DNA which cause ill-health and depression, according to a study by the universities of Coventry and Radboud.

    A new design concept, pioneered at Coventry University’s National Transport Design Centre (NTDC) could revolutionise the way vehicles, such as niche sports cars, EVs and autonomous vehicles, are manufactured - heralding a new era for UK engineering. 

    Coventry University is playing a key role in a new Europe-wide project to encourage farming systems to be less dependent on inorganic fertilisers and the fossil fuels needed to create them.

    Coventry University has been given another global league table boost today by shooting up the 2018 QS World University Rankings.

    Trump critic and leading authority on US politics M. Dane Waters will be taking part in a free-to-attend panel debate at Coventry University’s Centre for Trust Peace and Social Relations next week as part its public lecture series the ‘Big Question’.
    Trump critic and leading authority on US politics M. Dane Waters will be taking part in a free-to-attend panel debate at Coventry University’s Centre for Trust Peace and Social Relations next week as part its public lecture series the ‘Big Question’.

    Trump critic and leading authority on US politics M. Dane Waters will be taking part in a free-to-attend panel debate at Coventry University’s Centre for Trust Peace and Social Relations next week as part its public lecture series the ‘Big Question’.

     

    On behalf of Coventry University Group, I want to extend our deepest sympathies to the people caught up in the attacks at London Bridge and Borough market. Our thoughts are with all those who lost their lives and who were injured, as well as their friends and families.

    Aspiring actors take their final performances to Belgrade stage
    Aspiring actors take their final performances to Belgrade stage

    Coventry University’s final year theatre students will take to the stage to perform at The Belgrade Theatre this week as part of ongoing events from the final year Degree Shows.

    Students use art to tackle perceptions and impact of mental illness
    Students use art to tackle perceptions and impact of mental illness

    Two Coventry University photography students will use their final exhibitions to challenge perceptions and highlight their own experiences of mental and physical illness.

    Rates of suicide “worrying” among people with autism, say experts
    Rates of suicide “worrying” among people with autism, say experts

    Suicide rates among people with autism in England have reached “worryingly” high levels, according to experts writing in the Lancet Psychiatry today.

     

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