Leicester Cathedral contributes £8.7m annually to the local economy, a figure that is likely to rise to £15m over the next six years, researchers at the University of Wolverhampton have found.
A University of Wolverhampton academic is working to improve the welfare of primates in captivity across Europe.
Scientists have discovered a new species of caecilian – a worm-like amphibian – on an island in the Seychelles.
A new report from a University of Wolverhampton academic has identified the global forces that could shape the future of the Black Country.
A University of Wolverhampton lecturer was presented with an award recently in recognition for her contribution to Sikh studies.
A University of Wolverhampton researcher is part of a team undertaking vital conservation work to protect amphibians at risk in the Seychelles.
Old water bottles and other plastic waste are being turned into high value materials thanks to work by University of Wolverhampton scientists.
Anonymous marking in university assessments has had little impact on the academic performance of different student groups, a study has found.
Academics are developing children’s games and health apps to raise awareness of how to prevent the spread of the Zika virus in Brazil.
Blind and visually impaired theatre goers could benefit from a new project where music is used to convey information and mood.
Staff from the University of Wolverhampton attended a conference in Spain recently to share their teaching and learning knowledge
Female athletes have been under-represented in print media over the last 40 years, a study by University of Wolverhampton researchers has revealed.
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.
Mathematicians at the University of Wolverhampton have been ranked number one in the world for their research.
Academics are working on developing intelligent transport systems to ease congestion around the Birmingham area and help travellers avoid lengthy delays.
A new research project to help improve health and social care services for Deaf people in Wolverhampton is urging people to share their experiences.