January 2012

New international project to research how science works

University of Wolverhampton experts are developing new technology to discover how science works by filtering huge amounts of information from the web.

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New links forged with Warwickshire Police

The University of Wolverhampton has joined forces with Warwickshire Police to offer practical experience for students on a degree course.

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Find out more about careers in nursing

People interested in starting or developing their career in nursing, midwifery, health or social care are invited to an open day at University of Wolverhampton.

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Special event for applicants

People hoping to improve their career prospects in 2012 are invited to a special event at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Olympic medallist Steve Cram to present guest lecture

Former Olympic medallist and broadcaster Steve Cram MBE is visiting the University of Wolverhampton to present an inspirational talk.

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Hungarian Holocaust survivor to tell his story

A Hungarian Holocaust survivor who was deported to Vienna to carry out forced labour during the Nazi regime will visit the UOW to present an annual lecture.

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University to create toolkit to support work placements

An online toolkit to enable history students to reflect on their work placement experiences is being developed by the University of Wolverhampton.

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Health chief to present free public lecture

A leading figure in the West Midlands health service will visit the University of Wolverhampton to present a free public lecture.

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David Miliband to visit University

David Miliband MP is to visit Wolverhampton to take part in a Q&A with staff and students as part of a universities tour.

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UK athletics system ‘the envy of the world’

Olympic medallist Steve Cram MBE has described the UK athletics system as the ‘envy of the world’ as competitors enter..

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Find a healthy future at open day

People interested in starting or developing a career in nursing, midwifery, social work, health or social care are invited to an open day at University of Wolverhampton.

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Professor to join expert panel

A leading University of Wolverhampton professor will be taking part in a panel discussion focused on a documentary film about World War Two’s ‘forgotten army’.

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Researchers develop new approach to bowel cancer treatment

Researchers at the University of Wolverhampton are developing drugs similar to aspirin to help in the fight against bowel cancer.

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Esther Rantzen to present guest talk

Fundraising guru and TV personality Esther Rantzen is visiting the University of Wolverhampton to talk about the 25th anniversary of ChildLine.

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Applications rise by over five per cent

Demand to study at Wolverhampton is growing as the University bucks the national trend with an increase in applications..

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