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Edinburgh takes the Big Apple by storm
The University of Edinburgh is intensifying its links with North America by opening a new liaison office in New York City
Face-to-face at the forum
The Education Facilities Forum returns to Oxfordshire later this month for a packed two days of seminars and one-to-one meetings
From new builds to refurbs
Ellis Furniture lists the top 5 issues facing universities when refurbishing student bedrooms/ living spaces
A smartphone revolution
Dean Dickinson explains how the smartphone revolution will help universities and colleges improve student retention
Revolutionary findings to change TV ads
University researcher discovers new way of syncing music to video which will revolutionise the production of TV adverts and more
Business school power backs new charter
Small Business Charter launches Government-backed Growth Voucher initiative for small businesses
Edinburgh in language push
People living in Scotland are set to benefit from a new centre that will encourage and support speaking more than one language
The sale-ready audit
Rachel Stott and Tim Smithers from Veale Wasbrough Vizards LLP, tell us more about preparing land for disposable development
Wikipedia founder at Bett 2015
Jimmy Wales, leading technology futurist and founder of Wikipedia, has been announced as a keynote speaker at Bett 2015
Liquid assets
Sika Liquid Plastics roofing membrane is a vital element in Lancaster Uni’s energy efficient new science, technology and engineering building
Will we all be cyborgs?
Martin Hall asks: will we be cyborgs, part flesh and part machine? What advantages will this bring? And what should we worry about?
What is the value of a social login?
Allowing users to log in to websites using a social network is proven to help companies attract and engage with an audience
Sperm expert praised at Sheffield
Sheffield scientist Dr Allan Pacey is honoured for his outstanding contribution to pioneering fertility research

Boosting Huddersfield's links in Asia
Malaysians select Huddersfield for a technology fact-finding visit to boost the country’s advanced manufacturing sector
Supplier Focus

The new world order

Adapting to change is key to inspiring and engaging a new generation of students, says Dr Rupert Ward

Learning to work

Thierry Collet looks at the impact of 3D technology on education and how it's changing perceptions and the business of teaching

Sussex develops multicriteria mapping

A new web-based application, which helps analyse complex issues and make decisions, has been launched as collaborative project

UWE welcomes new Deputy VC

The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) has appointed Professor Jane Harrington to the role of Deputy Vice-Chancellor

Keep the noise down

James Clark, commercial director of Airdri, looks at how universities can benefit from reducing noise sustainably

A multi-billion investment

Jon Wakeford, Group Director, Strategy and Communication at UPP, looks at developing public/private partnerships within HE

Business school power backs new charter

Small Business Charter launches Government-backed Growth Voucher initiative for small businesses

Social media strikes gold for Derby

The University of Derby has won an award at the inaugural East Midlands Innovation in Healthcare awards

A concrete example

The benefits of pre-cast concrete became evident during the construction of the country’s first university training school in Birmingham

And now the weather ...

The importance of protecting the built environment from weather damage is being brought into focus by the Resilience14 conference

November edition of B4E is out now!

The November issue of Building 4 Education magazine is now available to download from our website and app store

Do it yourself!

Necessity proved the mother of construction for The University of Liverpool who took a build into their own hands...