Thousands of new jobs could be created following Loughborough University's plans to expand its Science and Enterprise Park.
It's already one of the biggest of its kind in the UK.
Fifty businesses are currently on the campus, employing more than two thousand people.
The University wants to attract more companies specialising in advanced technologies to Loughborough.
Steve Rothberg, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Enterprise, says 4,000 jobs could be created.
90 youngsters will attend a training camp in Loughborough where they will learn 'what it takes to become Olympic and Paralympic champions'.Read the full story ›
Paula Radcliffe has lost her lottery funding for 2012-2013.
UK Athletics announced the cut in funding earlier.
The track and field governing body have decided to reduce their World Class Performance Programme from athletes deemed capable of making the top eight to those who can win medals.
Lord Sebastian Coe has been appointed Pro Chancellor of Loughborough University.
The former athlete and Chairman of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, will now be a member of the University's council.
“Lord Coe is among the University’s greatest advocates and is also one of the leading ambassadors for sport in the UK.
“We are delighted that he has agreed to become Pro Chancellor of Loughborough and will be able to help us lead the University forward through its next phase of development.”
“I have always had very strong links with Loughborough, and I am looking forward to being able to contribute to the future of the University which provided me with such support, as both a student and graduate and also in my athletics career.”
David Cameron was at Loughborough University today to make a speech on the legacy of the London Olympics.Read the full story ›
Great Britain's Handball team were taught a lesson by Poland in their European qualifier at Loughborough University yesterday.Read the full story ›