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New aerodynamic technology helping cyclists to travel faster is being rolled out in the Midlands

A service to help cycling enthusiasts gain an advantage enjoyed by the sport’s top professionals has been launched in the Midlands.


Chelsea Flower Show ‘refugee camp’ garden linked to university project

A ‘refugee camp’ show garden inspired by a project in Iraq involving Coventry University has been awarded a silver gilt medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.


Join BBC presenter Jeremy Vine for talk about his early career in Coventry

BBC Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine will reminisce about his early career as a journalist in Coventry during a public talk.


Coventry wins European City of Sport title for 2019

Coventry has been named as the UK’s European City of Sport for 2019. 


‘Big data tsunami’ will change the way we live – and everyone must be prepared, say academics

Researchers gathered to look at some of the key questions to help society prepare for an explosion of big data and artificial intelligence.


Bar turned into pop-up cinema and museum for film premiere

Coventry University history lecturers made the film Looking For Charlie - with the help of students.


Scholarships inspire Indian women to study science and technology

The students will begin master’s degrees at Coventry University in September after being awarded British Council 70th Anniversary Scholarships.


Coventry’s universities prepare for City of Culture with cultural projects open to all

Innovative collaborations involving LEGO, dance, storytelling and photography are set to help prepare Coventry for City of Culture 2021.


A Coventry University social enterprise employing refugees confirms plans to expand into Midlands after it's first year

A Coventry University social enterprise that helps refugees into work in the city has completed its first year in business with ambitious plans to expand into the Midlands.


Unipart chief receives honorary doctorate from Coventry University

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Google Digital Garage training set to help business owners and entrepreneurs succeed online at CU Scarborough

Business owners and entrepreneurs are being offered free digital skills training at a workshop in Scarborough.


Coventry University experts to help influence future of Indian transport

Coventry University academics will serve on a panel which aims to help transform the future of transport and mobility in India.


Cyber expert says car hacking a “wake-up call” as cases rise

Professor Siraj Shaikh used a West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner’s summit on motor vehicle theft to warn that security isn’t keeping pace with technology developments in cars.


Four types of employees who are potential insider threats

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Land’s End to John O’Groats cycle challenge raises money for Sport Relief

Staff and students cycled on exercise bikes in a team relay covering 874 miles – the distance between the two UK landmarks – in two hours and 57 minutes.


Film screenings address food issues in Coventry and beyond ahead of Brexit

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Students and staff to benefit as Coventry University joins Santander Universities network

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Innovative West-Midlands cities’ migration-friendly plan kicks off

The project, which involves Coventry University and its community interest company CU Social Enterprise, aims to improve migrants’ and refugees’ sense of belonging.


Plans for new Coventry University engineering and computing building approved by council

The building will feature a range of state-of-the-art facilities including a gaming and virtual reality studio, a specialist area for 3D printing and rapid prototyping, a laser facility, and physics


Graffiti artist to create Delia portrait for International Women’s Day

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