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Chance2Change is the development of a digital intervention to increase condom use amongst those self-testing for chlamydia.
The British Academic Written English Corpus (BAWE) was collected as part of the project, 'An Investigation of Genres of Assessed Writing in British Higher Education'. The project was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.
The Centre for Transport & Mobility here at Coventry University, working with Muretex Ltd, are one of eight Midlands aerospace innovation projects to secure £900,000 match funding.
A full report from Paul Sissons and Kevin Broughton's research on 'how cities can connect people in poverty to jobs' is now available.
Following nomination by UN Mike was appointed to join a multi-national collaboration with the Government of Mongolia focused on the social and community impact of rapid economic change
Guest post by Professor Alpaslan Özerdem | At an incredibly sensitive moment, following the recent Paris Attacks, the world's leaders are gathering in an incredibly sensitive country.
The Centre for Communities and Social Justice's Dr Geraldine Brady launched the book 'Children, health and wellbeing: policy debates and lived experience' at the Children, health and well-being symposium at Linkoping University, Sweden.
The Centre for Communities and Social Justice were pleased to host colleagues from Ghent University, with a view to developing a collaborative relationship between CCSJ and the Deprtment of Social Work and Social Pedagogy.
C-DaRE's Dr. Nicola Conibere is awarded a prize of £10,000 and support from a creative producer, to pursue a project of choreographic research.
Following on from last year’s Memory ^ sentiment ^ body ^ space ^ object, this year’s event builds on the collaboration between the Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) and researchers in the School of Art and Design, and invites contributions from scholars and practitioners from across the arts and humanities. This one-day symposium will address how performers, artists and designers suggest the relationship of individuals to their surroundings.
Victims and Villains explores how migrant voices and experiences are framed in Britain’s migration debate, against the backdrop of a complex relationship between the media, political debate and public attitudes.
Professor Glauco De Vita will provide his economic insight at the EU Referndum Debate in Leamington Spa.
Professor Marylyn Carrigan was an invited keynote speaker at the BAM Marketing and Retail special interest group workshop on Sustainability and Ethical Consumption held at the University of Surrey, May 28th, 2016.
The Tire Technology 2016 Young Scientist Prize was won by Gregory Smith for his paper on 'GS2MF', an advanced, flat-track tire test procedure used to gather data to parameterise Magic Formula 6.1 tire models. Smith has his own company, Tyre CAE & Modelling Consultants, but does much of his work at Jaguar Land Rover. He is also studying for a Ph.D, supervised by Professor Mike Blundell at Coventry University in the UK, and in his spare time writes for Tire Technology International.
The Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations has won two new grants to share its expertise in training and developing best practice for peacebuilders.
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Self-funded CBiS studentship: what is the impact of Intellectual Property Rights protection on Foreign Direct Investment? A panel analysis in developed and developing countries.
The Centre for Technology Enabled Health Research (CTEHR) have been involved in an innovative project launched by BBC Learning and the Wellcome Trust which is designed to get primary school children excited about science.
CTPSR secured funding from NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme, convened and delivered jointly with the ‘Small Arms Survey’ a two–day expert Advanced Research Workshop entitled ‘Building trust to enhance maritime security’.