Research News

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Thursday 23 May 2019

Social prescribing proving successful in Wolverhampton

A new service set up to address social problems in Wolverhampton is successfully tackling issues such as loneliness, researchers have found.

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Tuesday 21 May 2019

City to benefit from Wolves' European success

As Wolves FC prepare to take on Europe after a successful first season back in the Premier League, Senior Lecturer in Economics Dr Ian Jackson looks at the economic benefits for the city

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Monday 20 May 2019

Cosmopolitanism before and after Nationalism: FREE Public Lecture

The Faculty of Arts Research Lecture series offers the opportunity to hear from expert researchers sharing their knowledge and expertise on a variety of subjects.

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Monday 13 May 2019

New psychology research centre launched

A new Centre for Psychological Research will be officially launched at the University of Wolverhampton next week.

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Monday 29 April 2019

Overcoming the urge to slow down!!!

Anyone who saw Hayley Carruthers finish in the impressive time of 2 hours 33 mins, 55 seconds, stumbling over the link in clear pain would struggle to be impressed by her determination.

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Friday 12 April 2019

Imagine there is no space and time - the black hole explained

Professor Fabrice Laussy from the Faculty of Science & Engineering offers some insight into what a black hole is following the capture of the first image of a black hole by Astronomers.

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Tuesday 02 April 2019

Voices of 68 exhibition visits Wolverhampton

An interactive exhibition featuring the testimonies of political activists and civilians who experienced a pivotal year in Northern Ireland’s history is being hosted at the University of Wolverhampton

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Friday 29 March 2019

Academic research contributes to a House of Commons report on cyber victimisation

Cyber harassment and abuse of people with long term chronic conditions and disabilities is leading to an increase in mental and physical health problems, new research has revealed.

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Thursday 28 March 2019

Workshop highlights how to make clothes in a sustainable fashion

The Wolverhampton School of Art is holding a free workshop in its Fashion Lab to highlight the issue of sustainable fashion.

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Voices of 68

Monday 25 March 2019

Interactive exhibition highlights pivotal year in Northern Ireland’s history

An interactive exhibition featuring the testimonies of political activists and civilians who experienced a pivotal year in Northern Ireland’s history is to be hosted at the University of Wolverhampton

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FOOTBALLERS

Thursday 21 March 2019

Pitches lead to a change in formation for footballers

Improvements to football pitches and increased workload have led to changes in the body shape of footballers, researchers have discovered.

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Monday 18 March 2019

Deaf women encouraged to share experiences of the menopause

A researcher from the University of Wolverhampton is inviting Deaf women to share their experiences of the menopause at a forum in Birmingham.

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Friday 08 March 2019

Research to examine extent of student homelessness in the UK  

The problem of homelessness among UK students will be examined in a new research project led by the University of Wolverhampton.

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Friday 22 February 2019

Debate on creating a regional higher education network

The University of Wolverhampton will host an open debate on forming a Regional Higher Education Policy Network in the Midlands.

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Wednesday 13 February 2019

Research Matters

The latest edition of the University of Wolverhampton's research focused magazine, Research Matters, is out now, celebrating research success and opportunities.

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Friday 25 January 2019

Project aims to transform teaching of languages in Palestine

An innovative research project led by the University of Wolverhampton to transform the teaching of languages in Palestine has received a £70,000 boost.

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Friday 25 January 2019

New online seminar series to focus on migrant communities

The issues facing people from migrant communities will be the focus of a new research project at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Thursday 24 January 2019

Black Country smell and memory research findings revealed

The University of Wolverhampton is set to reveal the findings of its recent research project to understand what specific smells belong to the Black Country

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Wednesday 23 January 2019

The Change of life project: Deaf women and the menopause

Last year two workshops were conducted by Sarah Bown from the University of Wolverhampton in partnership with BID Services, focussing on the menopause as experienced by Deaf and hard of hearing women.

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Tuesday 22 January 2019

Renowned neuro-oncology Professor retires after 41 years

A renowned neuro-oncologist has retired from the University of Wolverhampton after a long and fruitful career.

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