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Coventry is set to experience a flavour of Middle Eastern cinema this week as a free movie festival supported by Her Royal Highness Princess Rym Ali of Jordan opens at the city's university.
The chair of one of the country's leading health organisations visited Coventry University yesterday to meet students and see first-hand the work being done to train the future generation of health professionals.
Almost 100 students at Coventry University were the recipients of grants totalling over £67,000 as a result of generous donations from the institution's alumni and benefactors.
A Holocaust survivor shared her story with staff and students at a special lecture, which took place on campus on Wednesday 18 February.
HDTI focus on developing innovative new products for the community healthcare sector and this is illustrated by the design of a new app which offers advice on how to prevent falls at home.
Designers of innovative new products for the community healthcare sector have been urged to apply for a European funding stream before the programme deadline expires.
A Coventry University scholarship programme designed to support the disproportionately low number of women studying engineering and computing has received the backing of manufacturing industry leader Tata Technologies.
Coventry University’s efforts to enhance the career prospects of its students have been recognised at a national awards ceremony.
A hi-tech innovation centre in Jordan – kitted out with the help of Coventry University subsidiary Serious Games International Ltd (SGIL) – was the venue for a meeting this week between the University's vice-chancellor, Professor John Latham, and His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
25% of older people needing help with basic tasks still cannot choose when they eat, when to take a bath or shower or what time to go to bed, according to a study by researchers at Coventry University's Centre for Communities and Social Justice.
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