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Hullywood studios recreate historical heroes

Hullywood studios recreate historical heroes

Computer scientists at the University of Hull and The Glasgow School of Art are bringing two of the Hull’s most famous heroes back to ‘life’ with blockbusting technology.

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Chemistry students learning new skills at RE:Group

Chemistry students learning new skills at RE:Group

Fuel manufacturer RE:Group is targeting top students at the University of Hull.

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University Of Hull Become The Tigers' New Training Partner

University Of Hull Become The Tigers' New Training Partner

The Tigers and the University of Hull have joined together for a deal which will see the University become the Club’s Official Training Partner.

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Students rank University courses among country’s best

Students rank University courses among country’s best

Students at the University of Hull have ranked 10 subject areas among the top 20 in the country for course satisfaction, in a major student survey.

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‘Bird in a biplane’ to relive Amy Johnson’s epic flight

‘Bird in a biplane’ to relive Amy Johnson’s epic flight

A British aviator who retraced Amy Johnson’s epic flight from the UK to Australia is due to touch down at the University of Hull.

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University of Hull Vice-Chancellor to step down

University of Hull Vice-Chancellor to step down

Professor Calie Pistorius has announced that he will step down as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hull at the end of January 2017, after more than seven years in the role.

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First students graduate from Masters course in Chemical Engineering

First students graduate from Masters course in Chemical Engineering

The University of Hull is celebrating an academic milestone after the first cohort of students graduated from its Masters programme in Chemical Engineering.

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Work to begin on £15-million enhancement of University sports facilities

Work to begin on £15-million enhancement of University sports facilities

The University is kicking off a £15-million upgrade of its sports facilities.

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Climate change could spell the end for North Sea cod and haddock fishing, says expert

Climate change could spell the end for North Sea cod and haddock fishing, says expert

Fishermen may no longer be able to catch cod off Britain in the next century, according to a marine expert at the University of Hull.

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Honour for Scarborough business leader

Honour for Scarborough business leader

Scarborough entrepreneur John Senior MBE TD has received an honorary degree from the University of Hull today.

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