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Minories report
Garreth Joyce of Walsh Associates explains the challenges presented by the Minories student accommodation project in London
Creative space for discerning students
Ben Berry, founder of The StudyBed Company, discusses innovative design solutions to maximise space and comfort for students
New national Jisc data centre
Specialist data centre provider, Infinity, secures five-year framework agreement with Janet, the UK’s national research and education network
Wicona-glazed Uni wins façade award
Darmstadt University, which features a bespoke façade from Wicona, has received the ‘German Façade Prize’ for its curtain walling
CLV partners with St. Andrews
The University of St. Andrews will welcome 324 state-of-the-art student bedrooms for the beginning of the 2015/16 academic year
Global party for Lancaster's 50th
Alumni from as far afield as Australia and Peru travelled to Lancaster University to take a trip down memory lane
International flavour at Skills Conference
The annual Skills for Chefs and Skills for Service Conferences held in Sheffield showcased international cuisine and service excellence
The language of music
Birmingham City University launches new software training computers to better understand the language of musicians
Fast-track degree for digital
Birmingham City University offers new fast-track degree to equip digital designers and gamers of tomorrow
Using data to improve student retention
Metropolitan University College in Copenhagen, Denmark, uses Business Intelligence to better understand and improve student retention
Grand opening for York chemistry build
The University of York has opened its new teaching labs and research facility as part of a £29m department redevelopment
Pressure to quit over finance worries
A new study from Go Compare suggests that a quarter of undergraduates consider giving up studies due to finance worries
Essex welcomes new Chancellor
Civil rights defender Shami Chakrabarti CBE is announced as the new Chancellor of the University of Essex
Apollo is launched
The Apollo Studio Academy at East Durham College, designed by Jefferson Sheard Architects, has been officially opened to the students
Supplier Focus

FREE recycling resource pack

Leafield Environmental has launched a FREE recycling support pack to help engage students to recycle more

Recycling pays off at learning centre

Leafield Environmental has developed an internal recycling bin for Bath Spa University’s newly opened state-of-the art learning centre

Sheffield's big ambitions on campus

The University of Sheffield has unveiled a new plan set to revolutionise the University’s campus, with better city links

New College Stamford celebrates success

Over 70 graduating students from Degree Level courses at New College Stamford made their way through Stamford this week

Project based learning at Anglia Ruskin

Anglia Ruskin University is targeting growth through a new training drive to boost skills behind commercial degree courses

Global party for Lancaster's 50th

Alumni from as far afield as Australia and Peru travelled to Lancaster University to take a trip down memory lane

A setback...but we will recover

Dr Paul Greatrix explains how it’s business as usual despite a major fire at the University of Nottingham this weekend

Microlearning with UnlockYourBrain

Mobile micro learning app UnlockYourBrain has launched an independent academic study to show users can double maths skill in 14 days

Rosetta Stone and Acesse in new deal

Rosetta Stone accelerates its education business by providing language-learning solutions via Acesse University

Digital launch from Blackwells

UK book retailer Blackwell’s has launched its new digital platform for universities, lecturers and students