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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
Plymouth University gets agile
When Plymouth realised that most students learn about them primarily through their website, they knew the existing site was not up to scratch
Nottingham Trent campus has revamp
The project to transform the Nottingham Trent's Clifton Campus is now underway, as part of the University's new regeneration programme
Universities expand in cautious market
Majority (83%) of finance directors say they will increase capital expenditure in the next year, according to Deloitte's annual survey
A job with no perks?
Jenny Shaw, Head of Higher Education Engagement at Unite, looks at some contentious aspects of postgraduate life in the UK
3D printing: less is more
Researchers from the University of Sheffield discover new technique to make 3D printing faster and more economical
Lancaster makes Food for Life history
Lancaster is the first university in the country to be awarded two prestigious Gold ‘Food for Life’ Catering Marks
Bath tops NSS
The University of Bath is top in the UK for student satisfaction for the second year running, with an overall satisfaction rate of 93%
Sports Facility Show heads to Scotland
Organised by The Sports and Play Construction Association, the show will benefit from key speakers who are practising athletes
In with the new kit
Simon Fry rounds up the latest developments on campus as students start to arrive for the new academic year
Learning gap between schools and HE
Students do not feel prepared for the style of learning they will encounter at university, according to new survey
University’s Stafford base opens doors
The University of Wolverhampton’s new centre in Stafford has opened its doors to the public in the town’s historic Shire Hall
Propelled into the future at Warwick
A brand new £1 billion Advanced Propulsion Centre has announced a hub location at the University of Warwick
Terrific Terrines
Peter Walters, Keele University’s executive chef, serves up a seasonal alternative for a summer lunch
Supplier Focus

Online and off-kilter?

The student experience is now a connected experience argues Lenovo Worldwide Education Executive, Sam Morris. But is it better?

Under lock and key

Tina Hughan from Assa Abloy offers some advice on ensuring safety within educational and residential facilities

Switched on to sustainability

The University of Leeds’ new postgrad accommodation features some cutting-edge, sustainable lighting solutions

Minories report

Garreth Joyce of Walsh Associates explains the challenges presented by the Minories student accommodation project in London

Universities expand in cautious market

Majority (83%) of finance directors say they will increase capital expenditure in the next year, according to Deloitte's annual survey

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

Keeping it Real

Take advantage of our discount offer for University and University Related Real Estate on 16th September 2014, London

And the winner is…

The winners of the RIBA prizes for outstanding architecture include seven educational projects – two of which are Stirling nominated

GSM chief exec joins HEFCE

Alison Wheaton has been appointed to the HEFCE committee for Leadership, Governance and Management Strategic Advisory Committee

Nottingham in China pharma agreement

The University of Nottingham has signed a memorandum of understanding with China Resources Pharmaceutical Group in Beijing