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Staffordshire University has revealed exciting plans for a £4.4m new woodland nursery and forest school
Staffordshire University is hosting a virtual conference to help tackle crime in the UK
Creative workspace designed to stimulate collaboration and spark new ideas for products and start-up businesses is to get underway at Staffs Uni.
Students from Staffordshire University are working with a team of international experts to revisit historical unsolved crimes
A Staffordshire University professor has spoken of how crafting has helped her chronicle life and times during the coronavirus pandemic
Two filmmakers who went behind the scenes at a Spanish animal shelter have been chosen to take part in an international film festival this month
Students joined forces with Stoke-on-Trent City Council and VX Fiber for a fast and furious virtual hackathon
An annual competition which aims to discover the next generation of journalists and vloggers has launched at Staffordshire University.
Archaeological discoveries which shed light on the life and times of William Shakespeare are showcased in a new free to access virtual exhibition
A pioneering study has determined that patients in remission from Rheumatoid Arthritis display higher temperatures than healthy individuals.
A Staffordshire University professor has been appointed as a panel member for the next Research Excellence Framework (REF).
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