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3D printing: less is more
Researchers from the University of Sheffield discover new technique to make 3D printing faster and more economical
Foraging on the increase
Research by a final year Harper Adams University student has found that foraging for food is becoming increasingly popular
UWE meets needs of future students
A new £50 million building planned for UWE Bristol's Faculty of Business and Law is set to open to support the growth agenda
Northampton to host ISIRC
The University of Northampton is to host the International Social Innovation Research Conference (ISIRC) next month
Nottingham hosts first UK-China event
Representatives from across the UK visited The University of Nottingham to attend the first UK-China twinned cities conference
Durham rolls out eBIS
New College Durham undergoes back office restructure supported by Advanced Business Solutions’ software
Nottingham signs China partnership
The University of Nottingham has become the first British University to sign a partnership with China’s online video giant, Youku Tudou
Terrific Terrines
Peter Walters, Keele University’s executive chef, serves up a seasonal alternative for a summer lunch
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
Cambridge Uni primary school approved
Marks Barfield’s architectural proposals for the University of Cambridge Primary School have been approved by planning authorities
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
Student experience of the future
Which is going to impress prospective students touring the open day circuit more, a university clinging to XP or one with the latest edtech?
College employs ISG for £12m renovation
Construction company, ISG, is MidKent College's chosen company to manage their £12m higher-level skills centre refurbishment
Student accommodation: a seismic shift
Student accommodation has developed into a thriving business sector that is modelling itself on the hotel market, says James Badley
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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

SES complete M&E project at LSE

SES has completed a substantial contract at the London School of Economics and Political Science’s new Saw Swee Hock Student Centre

Northampton to host ISIRC

The University of Northampton is to host the International Social Innovation Research Conference (ISIRC) next month

UK Blog Awards date announced

The National UK Blog Awards will provide an opportunity for bloggers from the education industry to be recognised nationwide

Balfour Beatty buries times capsule

Balfour Beatty helps local primary school leave legacy for future generations at Loughborough University

Durham rolls out eBIS

New College Durham undergoes back office restructure supported by Advanced Business Solutions’ software

Bucks South Wing near completion

Buckinghamshire New University is set to unveil a new £4.5 million re-design and refurbishment development

VC elected as AUA President

Professor Ruth Farwell has been elected as the new Honorary President of the Association of University Administrators (AUA)

£80m upgrade for Roehampton

Brand new halls of residence and a landmark library building are to be constructed within the next three years by the University of Roehampton

Nottingham signs China partnership

The University of Nottingham has become the first British University to sign a partnership with China’s online video giant, Youku Tudou