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    Multimillion pound design centre to bolster UK innovation in transport

    A new multimillion pound centre of design excellence to support UK innovation in the transport industry and boost efforts to bridge a shortfall in essential creative skills will be opening at Coventry University in 2017.

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    University’s industry link up spawns cyber security spin-out
    University’s industry link up spawns cyber security spin-out

    Cyber security specialists at Coventry University in partnership with industry counterparts have created a new commercial venture to tackle virtual threats in the computer connected Smart Cities of the 21st century.

    Wireless patient monitoring top of agenda for health services
    Wireless patient monitoring top of agenda for health services

    Coventry University academics will be working alongside medical professionals from Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital to conduct research aimed at developing an e-health service system, which will be used to provide post-operative care to thousands of patients.

    Biomechanics experts from Coventry University are set to give guests at the Chelsea Flower Show a workout next month with a state-of-the-art showcase of how gardening can be healthy.

    Land Rover design chief to be honoured by Coventry University
    Land Rover design chief to be honoured by Coventry University

    The chief design officer of Land Rover is set to be awarded an honorary doctorate of arts by Coventry University this week.

    Coventry Uni’s £1 million scholarship scheme opens to international students
    Coventry Uni’s £1 million scholarship scheme opens to international students

    Coventry University is launching a new scholarship programme which will see £1 million worth of academic awards offered to students from around the world.

    Coventry University is playing a major role in delivering a newly launched service Coventry and Rugby that will help the families and the carers of people with dementia to cope with the condition.

    A new multimillion pound centre of design excellence to support UK innovation in the transport industry and boost efforts to bridge a shortfall in essential creative skills will be opening at Coventry University in 2017.

    New ‘serious’ computer game brings benefits to children with ADHD
    New ‘serious’ computer game brings benefits to children with ADHD

    Coventry University’s internationally renowned Serious Games Institute has been working with researchers in Belgium and the Netherlands on a new ‘treatment’ to help children with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) and results of the research trial have shown a significant improvement in children’s behaviour.

    Coventry University is leading a new initiative to address food poverty as part of a nationwide series of social innovation projects backed by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). 

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