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.
Thu 21 Aug '14
Giving patients choice in back pain does not improve outcome
‘Physiotherapist knows best’ may be the best option for people suffering from back pain, according to research from the University of Warwick.
Thu 14 Aug '14
Asimovs Three Laws of Robotics supplemented for 21st century care robots
Isaac Asimov famously devised three laws of robotics that underpinned a number of his science fiction books and short stories, Professor Tom Sorell of University of Warwick has help develop a new set of rules that they believe will be needed for 21st century care robots.
Wed 13 Aug '14
Warwick mathematician awarded worlds most prestigious mathematics award
Professor Martin Hairer Regius Professor of Mathematics in the University of Warwick’s Mathematics Institute has been awarded the Fields Medal, the World’s most prestigious Mathematics award, for his “Outstanding contributions to the theory of stochastic partial differential equations, and in particular for the creation of a theory of regularity structures for such equations.”
Tue 12 Aug '14
Surgery to repair severe heel fractures ineffective
Commonly-performed surgery to mend severe heel fractures is no more effective than non-surgical treatment, according to the results of an Arthritis Research UK-funded clinical trial.
Warwick rises to 89% overall student satisfaction in National Student Survey
Overall student satisfaction with the University of Warwick has risen to 89% in this year’s National Student Survey, which has just been published today Tuesday 12 August 2014. The University has also seen noteworthy increases in satisfaction in 5 of the 6 main category scores, including a 7% increase in satisfaction with Assessment and Feedback.
Podcasts and Video
Distinguished Lecture Series: Sir Michael Barber
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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.