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Professor Jane Coad was interviewed by the BBC Panorama programme on the issue.
A celebration of success has been held at Coventry Cathedral to mark the achievements of students studying in the city.
Coventry University transport design student Dean Mangurenje, from Leamington, created a prototype of the electric-propelled aircraft for his final year degree project.
Coventry University’s Phoenix Racing team finished as the eighth highest UK university in the prestigious Formula Student competition.
Aircraft simulations, which have all been developed by students, will be showcased to international visitors and industry professionals attending the world-famous aviation show.
Coventry students recognised in prestigious national design awards.
A Coventry University professor has won a national award recognising her 30 years of medical science research.
Coventry University has been ranked in the top 100 of universities in Europe for the quality of its teaching and learning in a new league table, and ranks top in the UK – and third in Europe – for how well it engages with its students.
It's according to data from the Blooms for Bees app, created by Coventry University scientists.
An internationally-acclaimed playwright has been awarded an Honorary Degree at CU Scarborough’s very first graduation.
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