The ancient British were not cut off from Europeans on an isolated island 8,000 years ago as previously thought, new research suggests.
Researchers found evidence for a variety of wheat at a submerged archaeological site off the south coast of England, 2,000 years before the introduction of farming in the UK.
The existence of price comparison websites may be bad for consumers, research by the University of Warwick’s Department of Economics has found. Analyst David Ronayne argues that they may push prices up not down, and that increasing the number of competing comparison sites may exacerbate the problem.
People who sleep for more than eight hours a day have an increased risk of stroke, according to a new study – and this risk doubles for older people who persistently sleep longer than average. However, the researchers say it is unclear why this association exists and call for further research to explore the link.
Inquiry led by Warwick professor finds death in detention of hundreds of people with mental health conditions could have been avoided
A new inquiry by the Equality and Human Rights Commission, led by University of Warwick Professor Swaran Singh, has found deaths in detention of hundreds of people with mental health conditions could have been avoided.
IGGY, the University of Warwick’s online education and social network for the brightest young people worldwide, has triumphed at this year’s Midlands Business Awards, winning the category Innovative University of the Year for Outstanding Performance from a University Department Promoting Innovation.