Student applicants top last year’s numbers
MORE people have applied to become undergraduates this year than the previous year, providing an enormous boost to anxious university officials and allaying fears of multiple failures across the sector.
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Vital Covid-19 facility delivered ahead of schedule by BES
BES, a leader in the design and construction of sophisticated environments for the pharmaceutical sector, has completed a viral vector suite facility for Cobra Biologics, a biologics specialist at the forefront of Covid-19 vaccine scale-up and manufacturing.
Oxbridge science facilities leading race for C-19 vaccine
UNIVERSITY researchers based within the so-called “Golden Triangle”, where London connects with the Oxford-Cambridge Arc, have taken leading roles in the UK’s Covid-19 response, including a presence in key initiatives including the government’s Vaccine Taskforce and the private sector led Ventilator Challenge UK.
SEND school-building surge with 35 in operation by late 2022
THIRTY-FIVE new schools are to be built for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), the government has announced.
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Scottish schools get new £1bn building boost
The Scottish Government has committed to investing £1bn in rebuilding and refurbishing schools after the current school building programme ends in 2021. Andrew Pring examines the new deal and the philosophy of Peter Reekie, the man charged with delivering it.

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A stage of life
Wellington’s new G.W. Annenberg Performing Arts Centre aims to educate students through self-discovery, inspiring them to ask what makes them who they are, so they may begin to take responsibility for their own development. The ethos is reflected in the design of it’s new Cultural quarter.

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