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Midlands' universities group appoints new director to drive Midlands Engine agenda

Midlands' universities group appoints new director to drive Midlands Engine agenda

The Midlands' leading research intensive universities have appointed their first Director to oversee the development of an exceptional HE partnership, which aims to harness their combined research power and bring significant economic benefits to the Midlands and the UK.

Issued on 3 August 2015

Funding secured for Regional Policing Partnership

Funding secured for Regional Policing Partnership

Loughborough is part of a major consortium of East Midlands based universities, police forces and Police and Crime Commissioners that has been awarded funding to carry out policing-related research.

Issued on 6 August 2015

Loughborough University research a life saver on Europe's roads

Loughborough University research a life saver on Europe's roads

Research by Loughborough University aimed at reducing blind spots for HGV drivers has led to a change in European legislation on vehicle mirrors and could save hundreds of lives.

Issued on 6 August 2015

Loughborough Design graduate appears in UK top 100 entrepreneurs list

Loughborough Design graduate appears in UK top 100 entrepreneurs list

A Loughborough University graduate has appeared in the UK’s top 100 entrepreneurs list, amongst the likes of Richard Branson and Lord Sugar.

Issued on 14 August 2015

Energy Research Accelerator appoints inaugural CEO

Energy Research Accelerator appoints inaugural CEO

The Energy Research Accelerator - based around a founding partnership of the universities of Loughborough, Aston, Birmingham, Leicester, Nottingham and Warwick, and the British Geological Survey (BGS) - has announced the appointment of Gordon Waddington as its Chief Executive Officer.

Issued on 26 August 2015

Turning breath into words – new device unveiled to give paralysis sufferers a voice

Turning breath into words – new device unveiled to give paralysis sufferers a voice

A new device which transforms paralysis sufferers’ breath into words – believed to be the first invention of its kind – has been developed by academics from Loughborough University.

Issued on 28 August 2015