Colors: Green Color

For close to three years, Gamini Singla stayed away from friends, did not go on a vacation and avoided family meetings and celebrations. She stopped bingeing on takeaways, going to the cinema and stepped away from social media.

Instead, at her family home near the northern Indian city of Chandigarh, she woke up at the crack of dawn, pored over text books and studied for up to 10 hours a day.

The University of Warwick is set to help Bolivia become a world leader in renewable energies and electric vehicles, thanks to a historic partnership on lithium battery research with the Bolivian Government. The partnership, funded by the UK’s Foreign Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO), will help develop lithium’s application as a power source in everything from electric cars to mobile phones. 

A University of Wolverhampton academic has been selected as one of ‘75 at 75’ Achievers in the India UK Achievers Honours.

Professor Prashant Pillai, Associate Dean for Research and Knowledge Exchange and Centre Director for the Midlands Centre for Cyber Security at the University of Wolverhampton, has been awarded the prestigious accolade in the category “Education, Science and Innovation”.

Next season promises to be one of the most thrilling in Warwickshire’s history as The Ashes returns to Edgbaston and the Vitality Blast launches in spectacular style with the Blast Off. And you could be part of the action as a member of the Bears family!

The Club has created exciting new roles and is recruiting across various departments which means there is a range of opportunities to join the team at Edgbaston.

Birmingham City University and Midlands Arts Centre (MAC) will partner with the Southbank Centre and Apple on REFRAME, a pioneering new talent development programme to support emerging Black and Black Mixed heritage creatives in London, Manchester and Birmingham. 

The partnership, developed between the Southbank Centre and Apple and involving organisations across the UK, will help to address and remove the systemic barriers to career development Black creatives face in the arts and creative industries. 

The University of Wolverhampton is celebrating its partnership with a national creative education organisation after delivering a year-long series of Saturday Clubs designed to engage young people across the West Midlands region. 

The partnership between the University’s School of Art and the National Saturday Club has delivered the series of programmes for young people in the local community this year.