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Coventry University and Aston Martin create new award with the Fulbright Commission

Coventry University and Aston Martin have joined forces with the US-UK Fulbright Commission to create the Fulbright Aston Martin Coventry University Automotive Award. This will enable talented

Workplace mental health pilot awarded £6.8m in funding

Coventry University is delighted to be partnering with the University of Warwick and West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) in a major, new, mental health pilot.

Coventry University spin-out Company wins contract with UK Ministry of Defence

Coventry University’s cyber-security spin-out CyberOwl has won a prestigious contract with the UK’s Defence and Security Accelerator.

Midlands universities look to future of European healthcare partnerships

Midlands universities are looking to the future of healthcare partnerships and European teaching collaborations after Brexit during a major nursing and midwifery conference in Coventry this week.  

Ex-LEGO man takes up director role at university's transport design centre

The man behind the success of LEGO's racing-inspired car kits is returning to Coventry University – where he studied automotive design – to take up the role of director at its National Transport

University highlighted in film showcasing impact of UK business schools

Coventry University's business school has been highlighted in a new ITN Productions programme exploring the often unheralded impact that our UK business schools have on the UK's economy and on

Companies missing out as directors unable to deal with challenges of big data

Coventry University academics found that many company directors don’t know how to use the vast volume of information to help them make major decisions.

Hydrogen showcase is a “flag in the sand” for West Midlands’ low carbon credentials

University spin-out Microcab will also be giving a sneak peek of its new hydrogen-powered model 

Midlands universities partnership will train the next generation of arts and humanities researchers

Eight leading universities in the Midlands are joining together to train the next generation of highly-skilled arts and humanities researchers, thanks to funding from the Arts and Humanities Research

Aspiring architect up for national award thanks to Coventry ring road development design

Maria Moruz has been nominated for the Architects’ Journal’s AJ Student Prize 2018.

We need to take more responsibility - and take back control

Writing in The New European, the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations' Professor Mike Hardy agues that in the absence of focused leadership for peace it's time we demand more of ourselves.

Infant-feeding website launched to fill gap in support for parents

iFeed is designed to support both breastfeeding and bottle feeding parents  and has been developed by academics at Coventry University.

New programme offers UK entrepreneurs the opportunity to work with start-ups from across the world.

New programme offers UK entrepreneurs the opportunity to work with start-ups from across the world.

BBC Panorama highlights that Government 'must do more for families of children with complex health needs'

Professor Jane Coad was interviewed by the BBC Panorama programme on the issue.

Student’s flying car features at Farnborough Airshow

Coventry University transport design student Dean Mangurenje, from Leamington, created a prototype of the electric-propelled aircraft for his final year degree project.

Fantastic flying machines of past, present and future brought to life at Farnborough Airshow

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 University joins Institute of Coding as a lead partner to tackle UK digital skills gap

Coventry University is playing a major part in a new government backed national initiative to grow and develop digital skills for the current and future needs of industry.

"There’s a fantastic buzz in this city" - Students tell Channel 4 bosses why broadcaster’s headquarters should move to Coventry

Students tell Channel 4 bosses why broadcaster’s headquarters should move to Coventry.

Connected car testing goes live in Coventry as part of UK CITE Consortium

A project to create one of the world’s most advanced environments for connected and autonomous driving has entered its second phase of testing, with connected cars going on trial on public roads to

Students and staff deliver aid to vulnerable children and adults in Romania

Students and staff from CU Scarborough have visited Romania to deliver vital aid and support to vulnerable children and adults living in the country.