Six Midlands’ universities have joined forces to drive productivity and economic growth through skills, innovation and enterprise.
One of the country’s leading world war historians has sought to challenge people’s popular perceptions of the Battle of the Somme, ahead of the 100th anniversary.
The University of Wolverhampton has partnered with Black Country Living Museum (BCLM) to spark local interest in learning
University of Wolverhampton just the job for graduates
Four students from the University of Wolverhampton have been shortlisted in a national film competition, which aims to raise awareness of carbon monoxide (CO).
Latest figures from the NCRI reveal that the total national spend on cancer research allocated to research into brain tumours decreased to just 1.37% in 2015.
Ambitious plans to create a new manufacturing skills centre at the University of Wolverhampton’s Springfield Campus as part of a £11.75m project have been submitted.
Company insider attacks could be thwarted thanks to a new tool based on gaming technology which has been developed by forensic psychologists.
University of Wolverhampton Video and Film Production graduate, Andrew Webber, is moving in the right direction by setting up his own film and broadcasting company
Manufacturing is set to grow as work begins on one of the hubs of a new flagship manufacturing skills centre
A University of Wolverhampton International Student Advisor has been highly commended at this year’s 2016 Internationalisation Awards
Young people in Wolverhampton have been given a multi-million pound boost after the City of Wolverhampton Council received Big Lottery Fund support
University of Wolverhampton lecturers have secured funding from Google to develop a new online course for computer science teachers.
The University of Wolverhampton hosted a health Showcase Event on behalf of the Lived Experience Network (LEN) recently
The new £10 million development at the Telford Innovation Campus is taking shape
Innovative new technology is being developed by researchers to help people with autism read and understand text better.
BMet has been commended by an education network for progressing students onto higher education.