News & Events
Cell division research results could optimise timing of chemotherapy
The results of a study led by the University of Warwick
may explain certain cancers and help establish the
optimal time of day to administer chemotherapy.
Tue 22 Jul '14
Producing doctors at the double at University of Warwick
Patients in Coventry may think they are seeing double when University of Warwick medical student Yasmine Darwazeh graduates this summer and joins her identical twin sister to work as doctors at University Hospital Coventry.
Fri 18 Jul '14
Warwick team gives exceptional performance at European International Submarine Race
After two years’ development and two weeks of racing, engineering students from the University of Warwick were awarded 2nd in UK and 4th place overall at the European International Submarine Race (eISR) event in Gosport, Hampshire.
Researchers recover bacterium genome from 700-year-old Skeleton
Researchers at the University of Warwick, working with Italian anthropologist Raffaella Bianucci and others, have recovered a genome of the bacterium Brucella melitensis from a 700-year-old skeleton found in the ruins of a Medieval Italian village.
The mystery behind starling flocks explained
The mystery behind the movements of flocking starlings could be explained by the areas of light and dark created as they fly, new research suggests.
Thu 17 Jul '14
Dr Matthew Gibson awarded RSC Life Sciences prize
Dr Matthew Gibson has won the Life Sciences category of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s 2014 Emerging Technologies Competition, citing hus “novel application of a bio-inspired solution to cryopreserve cells to make much better use of precious donated blood”.
Podcasts and Video
Distinguished Lecture Series: Sir Michael Barber
|Sport at Warwick
A video showcasing some of the sports on offer at Warwick
Interview with Dr Oliver Sacks
The latest blogs from Warwick academics
Perspectives from Warwick's research community
Blogs on higher education from Warwick Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Nigel Thrift
Warwick Knowledge Centre
Why aren't we smarter already?
Can we cognitively enhance ourselves to benefit the world?
The Science of Discworld IV
Ian Stewart gives us a peek at the 'missing' science of the Discworld.
Has 24-Hour News Killed Print Media?
Professor Wyn Grant explores the 24-hour news phenomenon and asks whether print journalism may still have an important role to play in democracy.