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WBS agrees to train the central bankers of the future

The Bank of England, in partnership with Warwick Business School, has launched a new postgraduate qualification in Central Banking and Financial Regulation.

Fri 12 February 2016, 12:09 | Tags: WBS, Business

Six UK policy proposals to tackle the global sugar problem

A new briefing paper by a University of Warwick academic outlines six proposals for UK policy that could help the country tackle sugar-related problems at home and abroad.

Thu 11 February 2016, 18:13 | Tags: Health, Food, Politics

Warwickshire Partners with University of Warwick for Women’s Tour

Warwickshire County Council has announced today that the University of Warwick is to partner with them in hosting Stage Two of the forthcoming Aviva Women’s Tour in June.

Thu 11 February 2016, 16:02 | Tags: community, events, Visits, vice chancellor, VIPs and Personalities, Sport

Study indicates immigration not to blame for terrorism

Migration is overall not a source of terrorism according to new research from the University of Warwick. In fact the study indicates that more migration could create a decrease in the number of terrorist attacks, not an increase.


How your cells build tiny ‘train tracks’ could shed light on human disease

Researchers from the University of Warwick have discovered how cells in the human body build their own ‘railway networks’, throwing light on how diseases such as bowel cancer work. The results have just been published in Nature Scientific Reports.

Thu 11 February 2016, 10:26 | Tags: cell biology, research, WMS, Health and Medicine

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