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Thu 26 Nov '15
Prestigious medical training awards announced

The Medical Research Council has announced it will be funding 15 PhDs at the University of Warwick over the next three years.

Wed 25 Nov '15
£180m Midlands investment as government confirms funding for the energy research accelerator

£60m of Government funding for the Energy Research Accelerator confirmed by Government in the Spending Review supported by a further £120m investment by industry and universities.

Dr Michael Scott of the University of Warwick declared honorary citizen of Delphi for scientific work with worldwide impact

Dr Michael Scott of the University of Warwick Classics and Ancient History department will be declared an honorary citizen of Delphi by the Mayor of Delphi today.

New book by Friends of the Earth to spark debate and action on women's empowerment to protect our natural environment

‘Why women will save the planet’ released today features 25 articles and interviews from leading lights in the environmental and feminist movements including Dr Sarah Richardson of the University of Warwick’s History department.

Scenery not just greenery has an impact on health

People feel healthier when they live in a more scenic area, a new study has found.

Tue 24 Nov '15
Warwick and King's partner with NYU to establish Centre for Urban Science and Progress in London

The University of Warwick, King’s College London, and New York University (NYU), have signed an agreement to establish a London Centre for Urban Science and Progress at Bush House, part of King’s Strand campus, from 2017.

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