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Heriot-Watt University and Total agree £2.5 million research deal

Heriot-Watt University and energy giant Total have signed a five-year agreement to boost research and education. 

The multimillion pound deal will see a partnership worth a minimum of £2. read more...


Games studio in Cirencester partners with University of Gloucestershire

Neon Play mobile, the industry leading studio based in Cirencester that produces mobile games, has launched a partnership with the University of Gloucestershire (UoG) to add real-world expertise to games design and development courses. read more...


University of Warwick agrees to engineering partnership with China

The University of Warwick has agreed to take part in a new initiative that will see UK universities help China to become a superpower within the manufacturing sector. read more...


Developer bootcamp celebrates 500th student

Three years after opening in London, the Makers Academy has just celebrated the graduation of its 500th student. read more...


Essex University partners with technology company to develop engineers

The University of Essex has partnered with global technology company ARM to help develop the next generation of engineers. read more...


Teesside University graduates showcase digital skills

Ten graduates from Teesside University have been showcasing their digital skills whilst interning at the South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. read more...


University partnership helps improve North-East Company

A North-East company is receiving help to improve its design process and efficiency through a partnership with Teesside University.

Manufacturing firm NYMAS is receiving support thanks to Innovate Tees Valley, a major business innovation initiative led by the university. read more...


New project focuses on graduate jobs creation in Nottinghamshire

A new project will see graduates connected with jobs at small businesses in Nottinghamshire in an attempt to make the county more attractive to young people. read more...


Olympic hero Lord Sebastian Coe set for Loughborough Chancellor role

Olympic champion Lord Sebastian Coe is set to become Loughborough University’s new Chancellor this summer, once July’s graduation ceremonies are completed. read more...


New hub in Buckinghamshire receives funding to support businesses

Plans for a new hub which aims to support businesses in Buckinghamshire have been given a boost, thanks to a business group pledging to invest £1.3 million. read more...

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