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Coventry University has retained its title of top modern university and seen even more of its courses rated as some of the best in the country in the Guardian University Guide 2019.
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An app for smartphones and tablets designed to help users relax and unwind has been developed using expertise of researchers at Coventry University and launched by Channel 4.
A Coventry University sports scholar who gave up his dreams to focus on his studies has completed his degree and made the move to professional county cricket five years after thinking it was too late.
Members of the public are being urged to play a part in helping scientists understand the needs of the UK's dwindling bumblebee populations with a new app launched by Coventry University ahead of Bees' Needs Week (July 17–23).
The first black woman in the UK to be made a partner at a City law firm has become Coventry University’s first female Chancellor.
Coventry University praised the ‘cultural heritage and creative energy’ of its home city today, as Coventry has been shortlisted for the title of UK City of Culture 2021.
A student is helping thousands of survivors who fled extremism in Iraq and all while studying at Coventry University.
Coventry is now one of the UK’s top ten universities for employment rates – its highest ever placing – according to new government figures.
Researchers looked at how breathing problems during sleep – ranging from snoring to more severe medical conditions such as sleep apnoea - affected pre-schoolers’ cognitive development and behaviour.
Coventry University’s call for families to trial its new healthy eating app has received a vote of support from one of the food and nutrition industry’s leading voices.
The impact that inequality and working conditions have on health in Britain and across the Commonwealth will be debated by leading figures in Coventry.
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