Britain holds its breathe as the axe hangs over its largest steel plant. More than 40,000 jobs could be affected. Richard Lutz takes a look.
A two year course benefiting employers in the West Midlands within the manufacturing engineering sector is to be launched by the University of Wolverhampton.
Book review: Alan Clawley reviews Matthew Boulton – selling what all the world desires
Birmingham-based Heritage Silverware was on show at the prestigious Bocuse d’Or in Lyon, France last week following a special collaboration with Simpson’s head chef, Adam Bennett.
US expert to share insights and issues for future with Midlands aerospace community
Birmingham Science Park Aston-based Droplet’s city-wide trial of its mobile money app that digitises cash has already attracted over 1,000 users.
Peter Hansford, the UK government’s newly appointed chief construction advisor, visited Coventry University as part of his first week in post to see what the institution is doing to help drive forward the low carbon construction industry.
A science and business park in Wolverhampton is changing its name to reflect a greater focus on support for enterprise initiatives.
Here’s a few ideas to keep bored kids occupied.
The Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership is to take part in a groundbreaking project looking at the support available for mid-sized businesses.
Museum’s volunteering programme has been recognised as a leader in its field.
Coventry University’s Degree Show 2011 is set to exhibit the original work of the UK’s next generation of creative talent