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Top 15 ranking for Coventry in leading university guide
Coventry University has broken into the top 15 of UK universities in the Guardian University Guide 2016, which is published today in the Guardian newspaper.
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Researchers at Coventry University have created a new app, endorsed by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), to help protect young girls and women from female genital mutilation (FGM).
Transcripts which show how a chatbot became the first computer to pass the renowned Turing test are revealed for the first time in a newly published paper in the Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence.
Experts in Coventry University's Serious Games Institute (SGI) are playing a leading role in an €887k European project exploring how small and medium enterprises can develop effective serious games for the healthcare industry.
An automotive design student from Coventry University has come up with a futuristic vehicle concept to give members of the public the ride of their life – in a 400mph rocket-powered machine.
Healthcare professionals in the West Midlands will be funded to take up a new research master's programme thanks to a prestigious grant being awarded to Coventry University.
A reward of up to £20,000 has been put forward for key information which leads directly to the discovery of a missing Coventry University student’s whereabouts.
Coventry University's professional services staff have been commended with a nomination for a coveted higher education industry accolade.
Fashion students from Coventry University are setting up a pop up clothes shop with a difference in aid of a charity for homeless and vulnerably housed people.
A discussion about how young people’s creativity, conviction and commitment to change can improve the way politics and society work in the UK is set to take place in Coventry tomorrow.
Serious games played on smart devices can significantly boost knowledge and awareness amongst elderly patients, according to a study by Coventry University's Serious Games Institute (SGI) and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
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