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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
Nottingham wins £2.6m for UEZ
Nottingham is to become one of the first University Enterprise Zones (UEZ) in the UK, helping to create new high-tech businesses and hundreds of jobs
Students welcome degree shake up
Students show interest in ‘condensed’ timetable, meaning the same number of hours taught over fewer days
Signs of the times
Lindsay Burnham of Astley describes the challenges of providing a comprehensive wayfinding solution for Durham University
Cambridge Uni primary school approved
Marks Barfield’s architectural proposals for the University of Cambridge Primary School have been approved by planning authorities
A paper-free future?
Despite ongoing talks to move the education sector towards a digital environment, a new study highlights paper-free may never happen
Green ICT for the future
There are two challenges for today’s switched on university: winning hearts and minds over to energy reduction, and keeping equipment cool
New online tool to study Dickens
Academics at Nottingham have designed an online linguistics tool to help researchers and students to study 19th century language
Raging Bull races into Gloucestershire
The University of Gloucestershire has partnered with local clothing firm, Raging Bull Sportswear, to supply a range of sportswear
Saving energy through maintenance
Daniel Betts of engineering contractors ECEX explains the improvements that essential maintenance can bring to energy efficiency
Work on Health Sciences UTC to start
Work on a new University Technical College (UTC) aimed at giving young people the necessary skills for a career in healthcare is due to start
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
Tech savvy future learning spaces
SCHOMS’ growing influence on the world of learning spaces was reflected at its record 2014 conference at the University of Exeter
Taking cloud back to the classroom
By utilising cloud technologies, universities can provide scalable, cost-effective and flexible learning systems. Mark Keepax explains all
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HE boards should appoint more women

Scottish universities should appoint more women to their governing bodies, according to the National Union of Students

Brighter future for building industry

The construction industry is feeling confident according to a new survey from Construction Enquirer and the Build Show

York awarded fund for digitisation

The University of York has been awarded a $299,000 grant by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to digitise historic materials

£383bn building pipeline announced

The Government has published its updated National Infrastructure Pipeline showing a large increase in infrastructure investment

Free meal pupils numbers up for uni

UCAS has revealed demand for higher education from free school meal pupils has increased by 8% to highest ever recorded level

The Great Wall of Derby

A structure known as the 'Great Wall of Derby' has been finished as part of a new £10.8m sports centre at the city’s university

New Principle for New College Stamford

New College Stamford has welcomed the arrival of new Principal April Carrol this week following retirement of Andrew Patience

Scottish uni gets Game On

Glasgow Caledonian University launches a free online event to coincide with the XX Commonwealth Games

Revolutionising university security

Paul Taylor, security technology expert at Allegion, takes a closer look at the major security issues on campus

WATCH: Russell Partnership at CUBO

The Russell Partnership team spoke to UB at this year's CUBO conference at Royal Holloway, University of London