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First-of-its-kind Autonomous Vehicle Development facility to open in March 2021

HORIBA MIRA and Coventry University are working together to implement a first-of-its-kind Autonomous Vehicle Development Centre known as ASSURED CAV.


Global Gender and Cultures of Equality (GlobalGRACE)

Global Gender and Cultures of Equality (www.globalgrace.net) is a 51 month programme of research and capacity strengthening funded by the RCUK’s Global Challenge Research Fund (GCRF) delivered through the Arts and Humanities Research Council.


CROWD4ROADS

The CROWD4ROADS project combines trip sharing and crowd sensing initiatives to harness collective intelligence to contribute to the solution of the sustainability issues of road passenger transport, by increasing the car occupancy rate and by engaging drivers and passengers in road monitoring.


Artificial intelligence and financial technology in global financial corporations - For good or for profit?

This event is part of the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity's public seminar series


Roma Women transforming the educational systems around Europe through their social and political mobilizations (RTRANSFORM)

The project addresses a main challenge which is social inclusion with the potentiality of promoting education among Roma women and girls. The European Union has taken action to implement Roma integration strategies and sets of policy measures aimed at improving the situation of Roma and at closing the existing gaps between Roma and the general population.


Two Safety Pharmacology Society awards for Coventry University

Researchers from the Centre for Sport, Exercise and Life Sciences (CSELS) and Coventry University spin-out company InoCardia have been presented with two prestigious awards from the Safety Pharmacology Society (SPS).


Funding boost to improve manufacturing of viral vaccines

OVO Biomanufacturing, a spin-out company from Coventry University and the University of Warwick, has successfully secured £100,000 of funding from the Greater Manchester and Chester Life Sciences Fund (managed by Catapult Ventures).


The Roles of Science Diplomacy in Combating Global Plastic Pollution

This project is proposed to explore the roles of science diplomacy in combating the global plastic pollution.


Summer Open Day - Ryton Organic Gardens

The Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR) will be holding a Summer Open Day at Ryton Organic Gardens on Wednesday 15 June.


New research from Coventry University could help detect circulatory diseases in patients more quickly

The Centre for Intelligent Healthcare (CIH) has established a specialist research facility at Coventry University’s Technology Park which is investigating the benefits of new equipment and techniques that could be used for microvascular imaging – generating pictures of the body’s smallest blood vessels.


Risk Factor Trajectories and Development of Diabetic Retinopathy

PhD studentship exploring Risk Factor Trajectories and Development of Diabetic Retinopathy


The Influence of Local Communities of Practice on Financial Institutions’ Internationalisation in an Emerging Economy

In this paper, we applied communities of practice perspective and conducted a longitudinal ethnographic study that lasted from 2008 to 2020 to understand the internationalisation of foreign financial institutions in Myanmar.


Great Britain’s Paralympic hopes boosted by Coventry University research innovation

Great Britain’s Paralympic hopes boosted by Coventry University research innovation


New Coventry University online self-management programme successfully supports the well-being of people living with long Covid

Researchers from Coventry University’s Centre for Intelligent Healthcare (CIH) working alongside social enterprise Hope For The Community (H4C) and collaborators Atrium Health Coventry have seen promising early findings from their programme supporting people with long Covid


New product could revolutionise personalised treatments for diseases

Personalised treatments for conditions like cancer and motor neurone disease could become much more accessible thanks to advances in cell and gene therapy by university scientists.  


Coventry University researcher presents at United Nations Energy Debate

A Coventry University researcher had the honour of being the only speaker from a UK university at a prestigious United Nations debate on energy hosted in New York.


The Interplay between Transitional Justice and Reconciliation in Peacebuilding

This project focuses on how transitional justice and reconciliation mechanisms and processes interplay and how this interrelationship works in practice across different contexts.


Understanding motivations, barriers and enablers for participation in community food activities

The aim of this project is to further our understanding of the motivations, barriers and enablers of diverse communities’ participation in community food activities.


Aotearoa Somatic Practice, Chronic Pain and Design Network

This project will develop a network of Aotearoa experts in chronic pain from dance and somatic practices, kaupapa Māori methods, health and wellness/hauora, and design.


Qualitative Inquiries into Student and Staff Experiences during the Pandemic

This seminar will report from a range of staff and student voices, discussing the positive and negative aspects of the changes, and specifically report on early findings from the research into the positive impact on the attainment gap.