Academics are working on developing intelligent transport systems to ease congestion around the Birmingham area and help travellers avoid lengthy delays.
Talented art school graduates from the University of Wolverhampton have designs on success at the New Designers (ND) event in London.
Graduates from the University of Wolverhampton are proving to be highly employable after a new report revealed record numbers go into jobs or further study after they leave.
A wolf sculpture dedicated to suicide prevention and mental health awareness has been created in Wolverhampton with support from the city’s University.
A University of Wolverhampton Photography degree student has taken part in a celebration of photographic talent in Yorkshire.
Mathematicians at the University of Wolverhampton have been ranked number one in the world for their research.
The University of Wolverhampton helped local schoolgirls build on their knowledge of construction careers at an event held at the Black Country Living Museum recently.
Free advice about family law and divorce issues will be available at a special clinic run by University of Wolverhampton students.
A music student from the University of Wolverhampton has been selected to take part in a prestigious summer school course.
Ground-breaking fitness and rehabilitation techniques to help dancers avoid injury have been developed by Elmhurst Ballet School in collaboration with the University of Wolverhampton.
School students were given a real taste of the world of work through a placement activity week organised by a leading engineering firm and the University of Wolverhampton.
Female athletes have been under-represented in print media over the last 40 years, a study by University of Wolverhampton researchers has revealed.
Staff from the University of Wolverhampton attended a conference in Spain recently to share their teaching and learning knowledge
Blind and visually impaired theatre goers could benefit from a new project where music is used to convey information and mood.
University of Wolverhampton students took part in a field-trip to Penrith recently where they put their academic skills to good use.
Academics are developing children’s games and health apps to raise awareness of how to prevent the spread of the Zika virus in Brazil.