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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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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.
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).
Coventry school students have been invited to participate in a region-wide project that will see their creative designs featured on a public BookBench - that will be part of The Big Read - a West-Midlands based art project.
School pupils and sixth form students from Coventry and the surrounding areas recently put their computing skills to the test in the Challenge IT Competition at Coventry University.
A researcher at Coventry University wants to recruit young children who snore or who have Down’s syndrome for a new study exploring the effect that disruptive sleep has on early years learning.
The University’s experimental learning unit – the Disruptive Media Learning Lab - has been shortlisted in the Innovative Award for Student Experience category at the College & University Business Officers (CUBO) Awards 2016.
Policies implemented by European states are ‘likely to fail’ due to an obsession with border controls and so-called ‘pull factors’, new research shows today.
Engineers of the future had a chance to showcase their skills and innovative ideas at a recent awards event run by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and Midlands Power Group.
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