A new cancer research unit set up at the University of Warwick will use digital technology to try and find new treatments for the disease.
The Warwick Prize for Writing has announced that its theme for 2015 will be INSTINCT. The judging panel will be chaired by Warwick alumna and author A L Kennedy who will be joined by author and academic Robert Macfarlane, actress and director Fiona Shaw, Warwick alumnus and Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler and physician and writer Gavin Francis.
Legacy of Warwickshires first Woman High Sheriff helps University of Warwick tackle global food security
A trust set up by a leading Warwickshire farmer who was the first woman to be High Sheriff of Warwickshire, has announced that it has agreed to fund a Chair in Food Security at the University of Warwick’s School of Life Sciences.
A happiness economist will be trying to uncover the secrets behind a nation’s wellbeing at a public talk next month.
A new study led by Professor Sallie Lamb of and the University of Warwick and the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences, Oxford University, is published today in The Lancet and shows a tailored hand exercise programme improves function and quality of life for patients living with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA).
The discovery of a new particle will “transform our understanding” of the fundamental force of nature that binds the nuclei of atoms, researchers argue.
The University of Warwick has entered into an exciting partnership with the Cheltenham Festivals.
Three of the Midlands’ leading universities have been awarded £13 Million for a “Doctoral Training Partnership” to provide research training to support the Midlands bioeconomy.
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings published today, Thursday 2nd October 2014, reveal that the University of Warwick has leapt up 38 places in that table to now be ranked 103rd in the world. This follows the news last month that Warwick was ranked 61st in the world in the QS annual World University Rankings, and the new just two weeks ago that the University of Warwick was declared University of Year by the UK’s The Times and Sunday Times newspapers.
Global hip-hop and obscene literature are just two of the topics people in Coventry and Warwickshire can study if they sign up to one of the University of Warwick certificate courses.
After three years of intense planning, consultation and construction, the WMG Academy for Young Engineers has opened its doors to its very first cohort of students.