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Shadow Secretary of State for Education visits WMG Academy for Young Engineers

Lucy Powell MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Education toured WMG Academy for Young Engineers in Coventry yesterday, Tuesday 26th April, on her visit to Coventry.


National clinical database to help reduce number of miscarriages

A new national database could help relieve the misery of miscarriage for thousands of women.

Researchers from the University of Warwick’s Institute of Digital Healthcare (IDH) are using data to help discover why some pregnancies fail.

Wed 27 April 2016, 10:41 | Tags: WMG, Health

UK's only national miscarriage centre opens

The University of Warwick is one of the partners of the Tommy's National Centre for Miscarriage Research and will be working with University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust to run specialist miscarriage clinics.

Mon 25 April 2016, 09:35 | Tags: Warwick Medical School

MPs to quiz University food policy experts on impact of Brexit

University of Warwick academics to be scrutinised by a cross-party panel of politicians.

Fri 22 April 2016, 09:58 | Tags: Food, Social Sciences, Economics

Exhibition tells the story of Venice and Aristotle

The University of Warwick and the Marciana Library (http://marciana.venezia.sbn.it) are pleased to announce the exhibition Venice and Aristotle (c. 1450-c. 1600): From Greek and Latin to the Vernacular, to be held in the Sale Monumentali of the Marciana Library in Venice, from 21 April to 19 May 2016.


Major motoring developments crown Coventry’s 120 year Motor City legacy

Two major investments in the automotive industry in Coventry will create world class facilities for the automotive industry in a resurgent “Motor City” Coventry, and both will be built in the year that will mark 120 years of motor manufacturing history in the City. The first British motor car was made in Coventry in 1897 by The Daimler Motor Company Limited but the company that is playing a central role in Coventry’s resurgence as a “Smart Motor City” is Jaguar Land Rover who is key to two major motor developments in the city both of which will be complete, or well underway, by 2017.


Shakespeare scholars celebrate the bards impact on Bollywood

Prominent director Vishal Bhardwaj has been announced as part of the line-up for Indian Shakespeares on Screen, a festival celebrating the influence of England’s most famous cultural icon on the world’s largest film industry.

Tue 19 April 2016, 15:43 | Tags: University of Warwick, Arts, Shakespeare, Art, English

Call for Coventry and Warwickshire cancer patients to take part in pioneering trial

The University of Warwick and UHCW NHS Trust is running the first UK trial of holistic rehabilitation to examine how to help people living with and beyond cancer and is calling on patients from Coventry, Nuneaton, Warwick, Kenilworth and the surrounding area to take part.

Mon 11 April 2016, 10:08 | Tags: Warwick Medical School

Secrets of the Projection Box to be revealed at Flatpack Film Festival

As film reels have made way for digital files, cinema craft has changed. Researchers from the University of Warwick, working with photographer Richard Nicholson are giving members of the public privileged access to a realm most cinema-goers never venture, the projection box.

Thu 07 April 2016, 11:10 | Tags: Arts, Film and television, Exhibition, Art, Film

David Morley wins the Ted Hughes Award for his latest book of poems, ‘The Invisible Gift’

David Morley’s selected Poems, The Invisible Gift (Carcanet) has been chosen as the latest winner of The Poetry Society’s prestigious prize, the Ted Hughes Award for 2015.

Mon 04 April 2016, 10:43 | Tags: Arts, Awards, Poetry, English

From teenage school student to doctoral researcher, WMG’s ‘Class of 2016’ to share their year of learning online

WMG at the University of Warwick has launched, the ‘Class of 2016,’ an exciting new initiative to showcase its world-class education programmes, and the opportunities they offer people at any stage of their career.


New imaging scans track down persistent cancer cells

Head and neck cancer patients may no longer have to undergo invasive post-treatment surgery to remove remaining cancer cells, as research shows that innovative scanning-led surveillance can help identify the need for, and guidance of, neck dissection.

Thu 24 March 2016, 09:18 | Tags: Warwick Medical School

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