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A little something different
Andy Gray, Trade Marketing Manager at Seafish, looks at expanding our tastes when it comes to our seafood choices
Gold Standard award for UWTSD
The University of Wales Trinity Saint Davids is the first UK university to achieve a Soil Association Gold Catering Mark
UWE Bristol up for UK business award
UWE's Research, Business and Innovation department is celebrating selection in the prestigious 2014 National Business Awards
Sustainability in a changing world
As exciting as sustainability can be, some of the most forward-thinking initiatives come from the 'greening of the curriculum'
Acoustic clouds at Portsmouth Uni
Troldtekt acoustic panels – also know as clouds – have multiple functions in the foyer of Portsmouth University’s Eldon building
Innov8 starts Birkenhead regeneration
Wirral firm to oversee design and management coordination of first multi-million pound Wirral Waters construction project
£383bn building pipeline announced
The Government has published its updated National Infrastructure Pipeline showing a large increase in infrastructure investment
Cambridge’s new Engineering Centre
The Dyson Engineering Design Centre at Cambridge Uni’s Department of Engineering is funded by the James Dyson Foundation
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
Gold Award for Downing College
Downing College Cambridge has been given a Gold Award for its outstanding performance as a Green Tourism site for conference business
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)
Bedfordshire welcomes CAS decision
Bedfordshire has welcomed decision by UK Visas and Immigration to allow the University to resume recruiting international students
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?
UCL rolls out free Wi-Fi
Leading UK University launches public Wi-Fi offering for museum and café visitors, guest lecturers and summer school students
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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

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

£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

Warwick plans for £20m teaching facility

Pick Everard secures contract to build a new £20 million state-of-the-art teaching and learning facility at the University of Warwick

College employs ISG for £12m renovation

Construction company, ISG, is MidKent College's chosen company to manage their £12m higher-level skills centre refurbishment

The school spirit

New university students booking first year accommodation “worried about ghosts” as competition for places heats up