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An appeal has been launched to save Dunelm House, an iconic yet controversial Durham building, from the wrecking ball.  Dunelm House – a multi-level series...

Durham University is putting on a programme of public lectures that aim to ‘unpack’ some of the complex issues around Brexit. Experts will give...

A study has revealed that Durham University contributes around £1.1 billion to the UK’s economy each year. The study also found that the university...

Durham researchers have been investigating what happened to around 3,000 Scottish soldiers who were imprisoned in Durham Cathedral. After the Battle of Dunbar, in 1650...

A ten-year plan has been unveiled, with the aim of making every department of Durham University truly world class. The plan also envisages a...

Durham’s magnificent 900-year-old Cathedral seems to be getting the recognition it deserves. A survey of around 1,500 tourist sights, carried out last year by...

It has been revealed that almost ninety percent of Durham University’s students are satisfied with their courses. This year’s National Student Satisfaction (NSS) survey...

A professor from Durham University has received a grant from the prestigious Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to conduct research on using dogs to...

It is difficult to imagine Durham City without our University with its imposing colleges, totally inclusive student population, and the wealth of cultural benefits...

A group of academics at the University of Durham’s Institute of Computational Cosmology have been trying to make sense of what caused ‘supermassive’ black...

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