Lidia Bieniarz won the top prize at the Royal Television Society’s Midlands Student Television Awards.
Dr Fabrizio Galeazzi’s earthquake documentary is recognised by BAFTSS.
Anglia Ruskin University asked health club members to complete surveys.
A fantastic new programme of online events begins later this month.
Britain’s most successful competitor in the Winter Olympics is to talk on International Women’s Day.
The lineup for the inaugural online Cambridge Festival has gone live.
All ARU students get opportunity to experience life sciences sector first-hand
Females cannot detect quality songs amid the man-made sounds.
Anglia Ruskin University fine art students have moved what was to be an art exhibition staged on an indoor balcony to Instagram.
Cristiano Dias will be cycling from England to Turkey to bring attention to the climate crisis.
Results and reaction will be coming in throughout what is a very different A level and vocational results day.
Government allocates extra places
The ARU study is investigating the wider health and wellbeing implications of COVID-19
Stories of Kalingalinga highlights some of the rapid economic and social changes that have taken place in the Zambian neighbourhood
Exhibition celebrates three decades of life drawing