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Researchers from the University of Birmingham and Ghent University (Belgium) have discovered hundreds of possible large prehistoric pits – and thousands of smaller ones – at the heart of the Stonehenge landscape, challenging our understanding of land use through time at the most intensively investigated prehistoric site in the world. A large pit, over 4 metres wide and 2 metres deep dug into chalk bedrock, stands out as the most ancient trace of land use yet discovered at Stonehenge.

The West Midlands Digital Skills Partnership, part of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) in collaboration with Birmingham Tech, has this week hosted an event which brought together business leaders and digital skills practitioners to help SMEs understand how digital transformation can help them deliver at a much higher level.

The event, which took place at iCentrum in Birmingham, discussed the importance of digital skills, the role technology plays in business transformation and the option of speaking to companies and individuals who have benefitted from taking part in digital training themselves.

The University of Wolverhampton hosted a special awards ceremony to celebrate the sporting success and talent across the University. The annual Sports Awards mark the commitment, hard work, passion and talent of athletes, volunteers, scholars, and coaches.

Based in the Chancellor’s Hall at the University’s City Campus, WLV Sport came together for the first time since the pandemic to celebrate, cheer and reflect on the fantastic achievements over the past year.

Coventry University is set to establish a brand-new education institution in China, in collaboration with the Communication University of China, as it looks to build on its outstanding international success. The project is currently in the development and construction stage alongside a number of other Chinese and foreign universities within the Hainan Lingshui Li’an International Education Innovation Pilot Zone.