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 02 Sep '14
Sugar substance kills good cholesterol
Scientists at the University of Warwick have discovered that ‘good’ cholesterol is turned ‘bad’ by a sugar-derived substance. The substance, methylglyoxal - MG, was found to damage ‘good’ HDL cholesterol, which removes excess levels of bad cholesterol from the body.
Mechanical ventilation a key indicator for Pre-Term Childrens maths problems
A new study, led by researchers at the University of Warwick in the UK and the Ruhr-University Bochum in Germany, and just published in the Journal Early Human Development, has found that both the length of time spent in hospital after birth and the use of mechanical ventilation are key indicators of reduced mathematical ability in preterm children.
Wed 27 Aug '14
Gamblers are greedy bird-brains
Gamblers show the same tendencies as pigeons when they make risky decisions, new research has shown.
Quentin Bryce receives first Alliance honorary doctorate
The former Australian Governor-General the Honourable Quentin Bryce AD CVO has received the first joint honorary doctorate from the Monash Warwick Alliance.
Social inequalities in salt consumption remain despite national drop in salt intake over last 10 years
People from low socio-economic positions in Britain still eat more salt than those from higher socio-economic positions, irrespective of where they live.
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.