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A new book, published by the University of Chester Press and exploring the worlds of everyday cycling practices, will be featured at the largest international conference on cycling as transport.
A University of Chester student has won a prestigious award for her pioneering work with mental health patients.
The University of Chester is honoured to welcome His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex to set the seal on its 175th Anniversary celebrations, as he visits the Riverside Building today (May 20.)
The University of Chester is supporting a major national competition to find the UK’s most innovative companies in the Energy and Services sector.
A plant-based potential successor to fossil fuels is being developed next to the UK’s second biggest oil refinery, thanks to a pioneering partnership between academia and industry.
The first companies have moved into the High Growth Centre at the University of Chester’s Thornton Science Park, giving them unique opportunities to engage with world-renowned facilities and expertise.
Key decision-makers and academics gather in Chester next month to reflect on how the results of the General Election will impact on the region’s business growth and prosperity.
More than more than 350 performers of all ages will gather at Chester Cathedral to take part in the debut of a spectacular mini opera to celebrate the University of Chester's 175th Anniversary on Monday, May 11 at 6.45pm.
Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) departments at the University of Chester have won an award for commitment to advancing women’s careers.
Word is spreading fast among the counselling community about a new group that puts togetherness first.
A wealth of entrepreneurial talent was on show at the University of Chester’s Enterprise Challenge yesterday with no fewer than six teams of University of Chester students pitching to impress the judges with their business ideas.
Students from the University of Chester Business School have linked up with the UK’s No 1 Zoo in the city for their mutual benefit.
A fledgling healthcare business is hoping University of Chester art students’ ideas for creating ‘healing’ spaces will be a tonic for customers.
Whether you’re a budding engineer or simply a speed freak, the University of Chester is staging an event that is sure to press all your buttons.