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A research agreement, which will work on meeting current key requirements of food security and sustainability, has been signed by the Hydrocolloids Research Centre (HRC) at the University of Chester and a leading gum arabic supplier from Sudan.
The growing issue of internet and telephone scams and how they affect the health and wellbeing of those targeted will be explored at a free public lecture at the University of Chester.
The University of Chester has been shortlisted for two of the most prestigious awards in the higher education sector.
Delegates from eight local authority areas across the north of England came together at the University of Chester’s Riverside Innovation Centre recently, to discuss partnership working between faith groups, local communities and local authorities.
With winter setting in, and the subsequent lack of sunlight causing vitamin D levels to drop, nutrionists at the University of Chester are undertaking timely research to investigate the effects of vitamin D supplements and iron absorption in iron deficient women, and are keen to find women aged 19 to 49 to take part in their study.
An internationally renowned poet has been engaged in the University of Chester as part of an innovative literary scheme helping students with their writing creativity.
During World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2015 (November 16 to 22), a week which has seen the future of antibiotic use thrown under the spotlight, the University of Chester has announced its entry for the Longitude Prize, a £10m fund set up to help solve the problem of global antibiotic resistance.
A moving story about child abuse, as seen through the eyes of a young girl, has been awarded first prize in the 2015 Cheshire Prize for Literature.
The University of Chester’s Thornton Science Park is opening its campus to the local community this Friday, November 20.
A series of public lectures, presented by academics at the University of Chester, is underway at the Grosvenor Museum in the city.
A dyslexic student from the University of Chester is part of a team who has won a major national competition to develop a digital tool to help students with Specific Learning Disabilities (SpLDs).
Kind-hearted students in sports and societies at the University of Chester have already raised thousands for charity this term by organising numerous charity events - from tackling the peak of Snowdon to completing the endurance event Hell Runner.
Businesses will be able to apply to ‘grow their own graduate’ to fit their company’s needs thanks to a new suite of apprenticeships being offered at the University of Chester.
Britain’s greatest ever gymnast, Beth Tweddle MBE, will discuss her career, motivations and achievements at a free public lecture to be held at the University of Chester’s Warrington Campus.
Two former archaeology students from the University of Chester are celebrating successes after scooping the Winner and Runners Up titles, at the prestigious Association of Heritage Interpretation (AHI) Awards 2015.
Dr Michael Arditti will return to the county of his birth to discuss his work and the creative process at the Cheshire Prize for Literature Awards evening to be held at the University of Chester next week (Thursday, November 19).
A previously undiscovered grave of a Belgian combatant from the First World War has sparked a major research project being undertaken by the University of Chester and city-centre church, St Werburgh’s.
Going from developing a core UK business supplying the NHS, to tackling the US is quite an achievement. Director of BSA Marketing, Duncan Wright, gives an insight into how he has done this with his client, Slõ Drinks, when he presents this case study, hosted at the University of Chester for UKTI's Export Week.
At the age of 29, Ghanaian-born Raphael Ametepe has already had two careers.
Passing on a message to a University of Chester tutor, prompted an informal chat that would change the life of one student, who will be graduating from the University with first class honours this week.