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Thu 28 May '15
Warwick students shortlisted in national competition for social media app

Two students from the University of Warwick who are behind an innovative new social networking app have been shortlisted in a national entrepreneurship competition.

Warwick to honour Nobel Laureate, leading film director, journalist, both CBI & TUC heads, Indonesian author, travel guru and British Library Chief

Nobel Laureate Professor Ada Yonath, leading film director Mike Leigh, and Channel 4 journalist and presenter Krishnan Guru-Murthy, join both the heads of the TUC and CBI, an acclaimed Indonesian author, a travel guru, and the CEO of British Library among those to receive honorary degrees from the University of Warwick 2015 summer graduation ceremonies.

Tue 26 May '15
Poor management skills hampering growth of SMEs

Many small and medium-sized businesses in the UK are being held back by current levels of management and leadership skills, according to Warwick Business School research.

Warwick researcher awarded prestigious grant to study Haitian slave revolution

An Assistant Professor at the University of Warwick’s School of Law has received a prestigious grant to study the Haitian slave revolution of 1791–1804. Dr Philip Kaisary’s Fulbright Scholar Award will see him travel to the US next month to begin the year-long research project at Vanderbilt University, on one of the most selective scholarship programmes operating worldwide.

Mon 25 May '15
Guardian Ranks University of Warwick in UK top 10

The UK's Guardian Newspaper has today, Tuesday 26th May 2015, once again ranked the University of Warwick in the UK’s top 10 universities, ranking it at 6th overall in the UK (up three places from last year’s Guardian table).

Wed 20 May '15
Researchers awarded Trial of the Year for medical study to investigate cardiac arrest treatment

A clinical trial run by the University of Warwick, in partnership with the University of Surrey and four UK ambulance services, which examined the effectiveness of mechanical versus manual chest compression for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest has been awarded Trial of the Year.

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