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Newcastle’s Core close to completion
The Core, the first building to open on Science Central in Newcastle, is set to bring a projected 400 jobs and £20m to the city’s economy
Cambridge’s new Engineering Centre
The Dyson Engineering Design Centre at Cambridge Uni’s Department of Engineering is funded by the James Dyson Foundation
Nottingham sports stars head for glory
The University of Nottingham will be well represented at this summer’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow
Careers boost for UCAS Media
Rachel Johnson is the new Head of Careers at UCAS Media, the trading arm of the UK’s higher education admissions service (UCAS)
New £50K grant in Santander agreement
The University of Huddersfield's Chancellor, Sir Patrick Stewart, officially opened a Santander branch on campus
Googolic prospect for stateside scholar
Reading Robotics graduate – and former Brentwood boy - receives a Google-sponsored scholarship from across the pond
New University House for BCU
Birmingham City University is set to relocate its headquarters to a new city centre campus in time for the new academic year
Coping with high-stress system events
David Swayne, CIO at London South Bank University outlines how with visibility of all digital systems he can now be proactive not reactive
BAM to deliver Exeter Uni research centre
BAM Construction has been appointed to build the £50 million Living Systems Institute research centre for Exeter University
Global chef event for Sheffield
On 9 and 10 July chefs from around the World arrive in Sheffield for the 17th Annual Skills for Chefs Conference
Student satisfaction 'on the rise'
UK students have become more satisfied with their university experience over the past 10 years, according to a new study
University IT sitting on a cloud
Paul Shannon discusses how a more flexible approach to IT can help universities attract undergraduates, research students and lecturers
Funding strengthens UK/Rio links
Nottingham and Birmingham have signed a pump-priming agreement to work with leading research institutions in Rio de Janeiro
MOOC to aid cancer battle
Sheffield Hallam has joined the fight against one of the UK's biggest cancer killers by launching a MOOC in Enhancing Prostate Cancer Care
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Leading ladies honoured by Bath Spa

Stella Pirie OBE and Mary Toman have been made Honorary Fellows in recognition of their outstanding service to Bath Spa University

Space exploration with Notts expertise

The University of Nottingham is lending its engineering guidance to an ambitious new aerospace centre in Malaysia

UWE meets needs of future students

A new £50 million building planned for UWE Bristol's Faculty of Business and Law is set to open to support the growth agenda

The right stuff

Prof. Amir M. Sharif, Acting Head of Brunel Business School, discusses the edge of the management education envelope

New £50K grant in Santander agreement

The University of Huddersfield's Chancellor, Sir Patrick Stewart, officially opened a Santander branch on campus

Students welcome degree shake up

Students show interest in ‘condensed’ timetable, meaning the same number of hours taught over fewer days

Brunel hosts eLearning conference

Brunel University in London is to hold an international conference on eLearning and social media technologies


Innov8 starts Birkenhead regeneration

Wirral firm to oversee design and management coordination of first multi-million pound Wirral Waters construction project

Curved daylighting for students

Kalwall diffused daylighting system specified for a new teaching building at Harper Adams Uni designed by Michael Hyde architects

Durham gains from Alumno development

Durham community given £420,000 boost as £20 million Alumno student housing development gets green light