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Staffordshire University is offering virtual internships to help students gain vital work experience despite lockdown restrictions
Scientists claim that new 3D printed insoles can significantly improve the foot health of people suffering with diabetes.
A film lecturer from Staffordshire University has been recognised with an international award for her work
Peter Rudge, Associate Professor of Film at Staffordshire University, has been appointed as Senator for World Business Angels Investment Forum.
New research will investigate the impact of COVID-19 on those experiencing homelessness
Winners of a student design competition will see their creative concepts brought to life by an international technology company.
A Staffordshire University student has created a new database to identify weapons used in stabbings.
Staffordshire University are joining with MOD partners to celebrate the work of the UK’s armed forces.
Staffordshire University has announced the team responsible for developing champions in patient safety.
Students from Staffordshire University have been designing new and innovative products inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic
A graphics student has been lauded as ‘one to watch’ by a top design agency
New research from health psychologists explores why some employees feel guilty about taking their legally entitled breaks at work
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