Students from the University of Warwick have beaten over 50 university teams from across the country to be crowned winners of the RWE npower energy challenge 2014.
Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood recently visited Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG), where he met with Professor Lord Bhattacharyya. Sir Jeremy was keen to hear about the breadth of work that the Group undertakes as well as to understand how WMG develops partnerships with industry and the significant economic benefits of such partnerships.
The University’s Winter Degree Ceremonies will take place from Wednesday 22 to Friday 24 January 2013.The Winter Ceremonies are a celebration of our students' successes and achievements and, with six ceremonies throughout the week, will see many students graduating from the University.
Fifteen University of Warwick students recognised as engineering rising stars and awarded with a Diamond Jubilee Scholarship
Fifteen students from University of Warwick have celebrated their success at the Diamond Jubilee Scholarships Ceremony in London.
A new walking and cycling route through the University of Warwick that gives students, staff and local people the chance to make more of their everyday journeys without having to rely on a car, was officially opened on Wednesday 11th December by the University of Warwick and charity Sustrans.
Warwick in Africa ("WIA"), an innovative volunteering programme from The University of Warwick which has now benefited over 160,000 young Africans, has launched an inspiring new film with BBC 6 o’clock news presenter George Alagiah.
Southam College student Brittany Lowe has been shortlisted for the prestigious IGGY & Litro Young Writers’ Prize.
A common blue dye used in £5 notes could represent a promising new material for spintronic applications according to research in Nature
The IGGY Junior Commission is a yearlong research project carried out by ten IGGY Members on a special topical issue
Warwick Business School now has more Academic Fellows of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) than any other business school in the UK.
The truth about how real-life totalitarian secret police go about spying on citizens and shutting down dissent will be uncovered at the University of Warwick next month.
Professor Christopher James, Professor of Healthcare Technologies and Director of the Institute of Digital Healthcare at WMG, University of Warwick, has been awarded the Sir Monty Finniston Award for Achievement, one of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) Achievement Awards.