The Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) has selected the University of Warwick as the site for its Hub location, supporting the ten year, £1 billion industry and government commitment to the development of low carbon propulsion systems.
After two years’ development and two weeks of racing, engineering students from the University of Warwick were awarded 2nd in UK and 4th place overall at the European International Submarine Race (eISR) event in Gosport, Hampshire.
Patients in Coventry may think they are seeing double when University of Warwick medical student Yasmine Darwazeh graduates this summer and joins her identical twin sister to work as doctors at University Hospital Coventry.
Some of the world’s best Paralympians will be coming to the University of Warwick this weekend to appear in the third staging of the ‘Coventry Godiva Classic’.
Three academics from the University of Warwick have been elected by the British Academy as Fellows, in recognition of their outstanding research.
Families feeling inspired by the summer of sport can take advantage of new membership packages at the University of Warwick.
Engineering students from the University of Warwick and Monash University have arrived at Silverstone racetrack to compete as opponents in an international competition.
The University’s Summer Degree Ceremonies will take place from Monday 14 to Saturday 19 July 2014, celebrating our students' successes and achievements.
In a study published in Nature this week, a team of researchers based at the University of Warwick has produced the first national model to investigate the bovine TB spread.
Researchers from University of Warwick and Monash University have provided new evidence that may prove the existence of gravitational waves, thanks to precise measurements of a rapidly rotating neutron star: one of the smallest, densest stars in the universe.
Research led by the University of Warwick’s Systems Biology Centre and Warwick Medical School in collaboration with groups in Nice and Rotterdam has been able to demonstrate how the cycle of cell division in mammalian cells synchronises with the body’s own daily rhythm, its circadian clock.
Employment researchers predict unpaid work could soon become the norm for all young people trying to enter the job market.