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2014: a success for edtech?
Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts what they thought of the tech developments in schools and universities over the past 12 months
Coventry grad gets Branson backing
Graduate wins backing from Richard Branson for idea which could cut the cost of launching a mini satellite for space research
Pushing the envelope
Siniat’s Chris Norris tells Building For Education why steel frame systems and gypsum sheathing are proving popular in the education sector
Sussex boosts Thailand links
The University of Sussex has strengthened its links with Mahidol University in Thailand by signing a memorandum of understanding
All change at Jisc
Professor Martin Hall tells us how Jisc, the UK’s information technology service for HE and FE, has gone from ISP to solutions partner
The raw impact of food
According to Professor David Russell, a raw food diet is the fastest food option you can consume – pick, wash and eat!
ET Oct/Nov edition out now
The October/November edition of Education Technology magazine is now available to download from our website and app store
Derby duo scoop top honours
A duo of lecturers from the University of Derby have been awarded with a top National Teaching Fellowship (NTF)
A secure campus
Fernando Pires looks at the many reasons to make control and management of mechanical keys a fundamental component of campus security
Vice-Chancellors: masters of doublethink?
Higher education expert, Mike Boxall, examines PA Consulting Group’s latest survey of university leaders
Sir Bob Burgess bids fond farewell
Professor Sir Bob Burgess bids farewell after 15 years’ transformative leadership at the University of Leicester
More options: greater complexity
The traditional approach to strategy rests on making predictions about the future and then providing a clear plan to accompany that
A leading, global education
One in ten current world leaders have studied in the UK, according to new research from the British Council
Missed FOTE 2014? (video)
You can now catch up on all the recordings from the day
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Viva la revolución

International cuisine is crucial to menus these days, but perhaps not for the reasons you'd expect, discovers Larry Day

Building city and academic bridges

National report cites University of Sheffield as leading example of how universities help drive UK regional economic growth



Lecture capture for Leeds

A new state-of-the-art lecture capture system has been successfully rolled out at the University of Leeds following the new start of term

Bucks app gives students helping hand

An app has been created at Bucks New University to support new students during their first weeks of settling into university life

UB November edition out now

The November edition of University Business magazine, the property issue, is now available to download

Student boost for global sustainability

Students from across the EU recently finished Europe’s largest climate change school with a showcase of clean-tech innovations

Plymouth launches e-book initiative

Plymouth University is working with a global digital textbook provider on a pioneering initiative to make e-Textbooks available to students

Nurturing talent

Universities responsibility towards students is to do more than just provide an education – it is about helping provide a future, says Jane Horridge

Sussex boosts Thailand links

The University of Sussex has strengthened its links with Mahidol University in Thailand by signing a memorandum of understanding

Taking sustainability seriously

UK universities are set to embrace sustainability in the curriculum with new guidelines outlined this month

UK’s greenest building hits high point

The Enterprise Centre, on target to be UK’s greenest commercial building, has reached its highest construction point

Turkish delights

Peter Walters, Keele University’s executive chef takes our taste buds further afield with some international cuisine