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Vivreau UB reader giveaway
Vivreau Advanced Water Systems is offering free bottles, artwork and dishwasher tray worth up to £750
Sept edition of IET is out now!
The September issue of Independent Education Today magazine is now available to download from our website and app store
Alcoholic animals
The alcohol culture around the world is supremely buoyant but each generation is being exposed to alcohol in a slightly different way
3D printing: less is more
Researchers from the University of Sheffield discover new technique to make 3D printing faster and more economical
Green solutions at The Renewables Event
The Renewables Event, the UK’s only conference dedicated to onsite renewable energy generation, returns to the NEC on September 16-17
Plans for new London research centre
Voreda and Imperial College London announce deal to build a £200 million Research and Translation Hub in west London
Propelled into the future at Warwick
A brand new £1 billion Advanced Propulsion Centre has announced a hub location at the University of Warwick
HE boost for school governor role
A national education charity has called on more universities to take a role in supporting school governance
Is cash still king on campus?
Steve Simmons from the University of Birmingham explains how cashless payments are adding up on campus
Warwick plans for £20m teaching facility
Pick Everard secures contract to build a new £20 million state-of-the-art teaching and learning facility at the University of Warwick
Education construction’s two-year high
Education construction activity reached its highest level in two years, accounting for 15 per cent of all construction contracts in July
Bright ideas scheme shines
A new ideas scheme has been launched at Leeds Metropolitan University to generate creative solutions and increase staff engagement
Green Gown nomination for TEL
A £250k carbon reduction project by UK based Temperature Electronics (TEL), has been shortlisted for a Green Gown Award
Yoyo app rolls out at Imperial College
Imperial College London has become the UK’s first university to allow payment and receive awards by using a mobile phone app
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