July 2010

Thursday 01 July 2010

Prestigious honour for pioneering BBC See Hear Editor

Terry Riley is being recognised for his outstanding contribution to broadcasting for Deaf and hard of hearing viewers and for promoting British Sign Language (BSL), through the ...

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Friday 02 July 2010

Students to perform at the O2 Arena

The Stacks are through to the grand finals of Live and Unsigned, the UK’s biggest competition aimed at unsigned bands, after beating off tough competition from over 10,000 ...

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Monday 05 July 2010

Grant to support scientific training

The grant will enable training officers from the NHS who are involved in developing the skills of biomedical science students to visit Malta on a placement. Over a two-year ...

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Monday 05 July 2010

Youngsters get ready for their new Academies

Year 6 pupils who will join the North East Wolverhampton Academy and South Wolverhampton and Bilston Academy are preparing for the transition to their new school by taking part in ...

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Wednesday 07 July 2010

Two days in the life of a university student

Over 50 Year 10 pupils from the West Midlands, Worcestershire and Staffordshire moved into halls of residence at the University of Wolverhampton to experience living and learning ...

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Thursday 08 July 2010

Research projects presented to new MPs

A team of recent graduates from the University of Wolverhampton have been researching student perspectives on their studies and the skills they have gained while at ...

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Tuesday 20 July 2010

Event to explore advances in computer games

CGAMES 2010 is a leading research conference focused on the theory and practice of computer games development. The 15th annual international CGAMES Conference is organised by the ...

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Monday 26 July 2010

Pupils help create educational computer games

The BA (Hons) Digital Media students have been working with staff and pupils at Shelfield Academy, in Pelsall, Walsall, through the University’s Institute of Gaming & ...

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Tuesday 27 July 2010

Research uncovers new way of pinpointing time of death

Christopher Rogers is researching how cartilage could be used to identify the time that has elapsed since a person has died. Cartilage could prove useful to investigators as it ...

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