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Go to UoG climbs seven places in prestigious league table
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Improved ranking highlights the progress being made in delivering an enhanced learning experience.
Go to University associate professor is recognised in celebration of British Pakistani academics
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Dr Adeela Shafi MBE has been recognised by the UK-Pakistan Science and Innovation Global Network.
Go to Chief Constable receives Honorary Award
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Chief Constable of Gloucestershire Constabulary, Suzette Davenport, has received an Honorary…
Go to What can we learn from Nelson Mandela’s South Africa? Public lecture will provide answers
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Professor Kenny Lynch's inaugural public lecture takes place at Park Campus on 30 March.
Go to Biomedical science is supporting advancements in gene editing technologies
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Novelists and screenwriters have bombarded our imaginations with the idea of genetic engineering.
Go to University of Gloucestershire provides accommodation for NHS workers on the front line in Gloucestershire
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The University of Gloucestershire is providing accommodation in to local NHS staff who are unable to…
Go to How can we save the world’s greatest predators? University professor’s new book investigates
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Professor Adam Hart's 'The Deadly Balance' explodes some myths around lions, bears and snakes.
Go to Severn Stars are shining with the announcement of their head coach
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The Severn Stars aimed high for their coach appointment and are thrilled to announce their major…
Go to University paramedic expert is consulted by makers of Coronation Street
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Martin Hilliard has helped to ensure that scenes in the long-running ITV soap are true to life.
Go to University of Gloucestershire student wins TRADA University Challenge 2020
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A University of Gloucestershire student, Kat Cookes, has scooped first prize for her unique…