A high teenage pregnancy rate in Africa is directly linked to poor female literacy, researchers have found.
A University of Wolverhampton professor who predicted Team GB’s medal tally at London 2012 is estimating the athletes will bring home a haul of 46 medals from Rio.
Images of an abandoned British theme park have been revealed after a University of Wolverhampton academic was granted exclusive access for a research project.
Historic travel accounts written by women will gain increased recognition thanks to a project led by a University of Wolverhampton researcher.
The University of Wolverhampton will be taking part in #GivingTuesday this year to raise money for its dedicated Neuro-Oncology Research Centre.
University secures MP’s backing for brain tumour research funding campaign
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wolverhampton will highlight changes and challenges in academic research at a public lecture next week.
University of Wolverhampton Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing, Dr Moses Murandu, travelled to Africa to present his research on sugar treatment.
Continued attacks on public sector employment in the age of austerity have left frontline emergency services bereft of morale, stressed and under-valued
A University of Wolverhampton professor is featured in a new national report aimed at addressing the historical underfunding of research into brain tumours
People looking to up their mental game will be interested in a free lecture by a renowned sports psychologist at the University of Wolverhampton next month.
Dr James McConnel of Northumbria University will be outlining his recent research on ‘Geordies’ in Dominion Armies
The University of Wolverhampton has successfully secured almost €390,000 funding for a collaboration project
A pioneering lecturer from the University of Wolverhampton who is researching the healing power of sugar has scooped a top award
University of Wolverhampton researchers have been granted a patent for a new drug which could provide a breakthrough in the fight against bowel cancer.
A new form of male contraception and enhanced fertility treatments could both soon be a reality thanks to pioneering work from two University of Wolverhampton scientists.
The University of Wolverhampton has appointed a new Head of Research Services.
National hubs will be created in Jordan and Palestine to modernise education as part of a £1.1 million initiative supported by University of Wolverhampton academics.
A pioneering University researcher who is investigating the use of sugar in wound treatment has been honoured by the African college where his career began.
Dr Robert Owen, Official Historian for the No. 617 Squadron Association, is set to give an open and honest account of the unit's operations during the Second World War.