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Fourteen going on fifteen
Simon Fry looks back on how the education construction sector developed in 2014 and predicts what the new year may hold
Food science boost for QMU Edinburgh
The first Scottish Centre for Food Development & Innovation has launched at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh
Lighting the way
When the University of Nottingham wanted to replace the lighting on its University Park campus, it turned to LED technology
Employment law review
Bettina Rigg from Veale Wasbrough Vizards looks at recent employment law developments and scans the horizon for 2015
£10K loans for postgrads
Higher education's reaction to the Chancellor’s plans to introduce loans of up to £10,000 for all postgraduate study
Funding update at Wellcome Trust
The Wellcome Trust has launched an evolution of its funding framework to help support excellent research in the UK and worldwide
Meet the Millennials...
...the generation of students with big expectations explains Dr Matt Carter, founder of Message House
Twitter makes teen girls happier
Twitter makes teenage girls happier than Facebook according to research conducted by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)
Nottingham pedal power raises £750K
The most successful University of Nottingham Life Cycle event has smashed its original fundraising target to raise £750K
Review of the year: 2014
A panel of HE professionals take a look back at the highs and lows of higher education in 2014 and give their predictions for the year ahead
Creating a place for innovation
Today’s learning spaces are environments and technology can only enhance what’s there says Lenovo's Sam Morris
The student consumer
Institutions should be more transparent about what they are offering and ensure all student deals are fair says SGH Martineau
'Tis the seasoning
Peter Walters, Keele University’s Executive Chef, time travels to serve up an alternative to the traditional Christmas lunch
Leicester awarded £75K
University of Leicester arts centre, Embrace Arts, has been awarded a grant of £75,000 over three years by BBC Children in Need
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CISG14

David Telford, Assistant Director of Information Services, Edinburgh Napier University, recounts CISG14 Annual Conference and Exhibition

Solar-powered bollards unveiled

Street furniture manufacturer Townscape Products has launched its first range of environmentally friendly solar bollards

A digital future for UK HE

There are a myriad of ways technology can help create a more efficient HE sector says Martyn Harrow, Chief Executive of Jisc

REF2014: UK research global leader

The results of the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF), demonstrate the world-leading quality of research conducted in UK universities

Imperial tops REF 2014 findings

Imperial College London has the UK’s highest concentration of 'world-leading' and 'internationally excellent' research

Meet the Millennials...

...the generation of students with big expectations explains Dr Matt Carter, founder of Message House

A fresh start

Peter Walters, Keele University’s Executive Chef tells us how to kick-start the New Year by refreshing our cookery style

Duke of York opens UTC Swindon

His Royal Highness The Duke of York, KG has officially opened a University Technical College in Swindon

Top honours from Nottingham

London Grammar and polar explorer Adrian Hayes are among graduates honoured recently by The University of Nottingham

Multi-purpose learning

The University of Manchester creates multi-purpose learning spaces throughout 24 study rooms with Casio UST projectors

The evolution of a Recycling Bin

The Meridian recycling bin from Leafield Environmental was designed in partnership with the University of Greenwich in 2012

What can empathy teach us?

We could all learn something by looking at the student experience from a student perspective, says Lenovo's Sam Morris