The University of Wolverhampton

£10 million investment paves the way for the future of engineering

The University of Wolverhampton has appointed local Shropshire building contractor, Pave Aways, to build its new £10 million development.

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Students get to grips with 3D reality

Students from the University of Wolverhampton have recently developed a Prometheus-styled 3D computer model of one of the most historic buildings in Telford.

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Design project to have positive impact on dementia

People with Alzheimer’s and other dementias are set to benefit from a ground-breaking new design project led by the University of Wolverhampton.

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University to be part of famous air show

The University of Wolverhampton has confirmed it is to be a key sponsor for the 2016 RAF Cosford Air Show.

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University sports team silverware success

University of Wolverhampton sports teams are celebrating after a season in which four of them won their respective leagues.

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Contractor appointed for £4 million city centre campus redevelopment

The University of Wolverhampton has appointed building contractor, M3, to start work on the redevelopment of its £4 million City Centre Campus project.

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Lecturer takes a sweetener for pain relief to Africa

University of Wolverhampton Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing, Dr Moses Murandu, travelled to Africa to present his research on sugar treatment.

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Lecturer is Keynote Speaker at Istanbul University

A Senior Lecturer in Acute Adult Nursing at the University of Wolverhampton has recently returned from Istanbul University where he was a keynote speaker

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University appoints Armed Forces Co-ordinator to champion defence education

The University of Wolverhampton has appointed a new Armed Forces Co-ordinator in its Centre for Lifelong Learning.

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University of Wolverhampton granted a US patent for a new drug to fight bowel cancer

University of Wolverhampton researchers have been granted a patent for a new drug which could provide a breakthrough in the fight against bowel cancer.

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Award winning novelist puts the past into context

The University of Wolverhampton is hosting a free public lecture by award winning novelist and poet, Adam Thorpe

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New coaching partnership transfers football skills to India

The University of Wolverhampton has teamed up with West Bromwich Albion Football Club in a sporting initiative called Pass it Forward

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Sports students put through their paces by gold medallist

Sports students at the University of Wolverhampton were put through their paces by double Paralympic gold medallist, Danielle Brown MBE

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University to launch new MA in WW2 Studies

The University is introducing a new course into its already impressive War related portfolio, with the addition of the MA in Second World War Studies.

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University secures MP’s backing for brain tumour research funding campaign

University secures MP’s backing for brain tumour research funding campaign

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University Celebrates with EDF Energy

The University of Wolverhampton has recently celebrated the success of its partnership with the UK’s largest provider of low carbon electricity, EDF Energy.

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Academic Scoops Another Prize for Cancer Research

A University of Wolverhampton academic has scooped another prize for his cancer research.

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Ceramics and glass artwork auction helps student fundraising bid

The University of Wolverhampton will be putting unique ceramics and glass artwork up for sale at its prestigious annual auction.

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University race team celebrate a hat-trick of wins in their F3 Cup debut

The only University race team competing in the first round of this season’s MSV F3 Cup are celebrating three first place victories

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Music lecture hits the right note with students

Music students based at the Walsall Campus of the University of Wolverhampton were given an insight into the music industry by successful musician, Clare Teal.

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Court Competition Judged by Local Solicitor

University of Wolverhampton Law students took part in a competition recently under the watchful eye of a real-life ‘judge’

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Air pollution exposure poses brain function risk, global evidence reveals

Exposure to air pollution from traffic and chemicals increases the risk of cognitive impairment, according to latest global research.

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