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Global chef event for Sheffield
On 9 and 10 July chefs from around the World arrive in Sheffield for the 17th Annual Skills for Chefs Conference
Coventry gets frantic for the arts
Coventry University has linked up with acclaimed theatre company Frantic Assembly to offer brand new master’s degrees
New campus services director for Exeter
Following 14 years as University of Exeter director of sport, Phil Attwell has been promoted to the position of director of campus services
Solar Decathlon heats up
Sustainable city of the future created by universities from across the globe at Palace of Versailles
Googolic prospect for stateside scholar
Reading Robotics graduate – and former Brentwood boy - receives a Google-sponsored scholarship from across the pond
£65 million facility for Liverpool
The University of Liverpool and Unilever will open the £65 million Materials Innovation Factory (MIF) to accelerate research
Newcastle’s Core close to completion
The Core, the first building to open on Science Central in Newcastle, is set to bring a projected 400 jobs and £20m to the city’s economy
July edition of IET is out now!
The July issue of Independent Education Today magazine is now available to download from our website and app store
Blackwell’s launch digital learning service
Academic bookseller Blackwell’s is to launch a new digital learning service enabling university students to download and annotate ebooks
Nottingham boosts Chinese green links
Chinese Premier witnesses University of Nottingham signing of sustainable building initiatives with China
BDP wins Copperas Hill competition
BDP has won a new £80m scheme to remodel a former Royal Mail Centre in Liverpool for Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU)
What are universities really looking for?
A reasonable grasp of maths and an ability to think and work independently have moved right up the university admissions agenda
Aramark goes green at Worcester
Aramark at the University of Worcester has been recognised for work in environmental good practice in a UK student award scheme
UWE one of top for graduate employment
Majority of graduates from UWE Bristol went into employment or further study, the seventh best performance of all English universities
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WATCH: Russell Partnership at CUBO

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

Sharing badminton secrets at Derby

With the Commonwealth Games underway, the head coach of Australia’s badminton team spent time at Derby University recently

BBC joins the MOOC market

The BBC is working with four British universities to create a series of massive open online courses (MOOCs) on World War One (WW1)

WATCH: Kinetic Solutions at CUBO

Chris Wildsmith from Kinetic spoke to UB at this year's CUBO conference at Royal Holloway College, University of London

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

College unveils Sports Academy plans

New plans for a £2m Inclusive Sports Academy with top-class facilities at Portland College have been unveiled

Leading ladies honoured by Bath Spa

Stella Pirie OBE and Mary Toman have been made Honorary Fellows in recognition of their outstanding service to Bath Spa University

Space exploration with Notts expertise

The University of Nottingham is lending its engineering guidance to an ambitious new aerospace centre in Malaysia

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

The right stuff

Prof. Amir M. Sharif, Acting Head of Brunel Business School, discusses the edge of the management education envelope