The University of Warwick has gone from strength to strength since its inception in 1965. Our 50th Anniversary in 2015 was an opportunity to recognise this success and to celebrate our many milestones and accomplishments. Given this strong foundation, as well as our growing global reach and reputation, now is a fitting time for Warwick to also strengthen its presence in the UK’s capital. More.
Warwick in London is appropriately based in the heart of the Knowledge Quarter in offices in the beautifully restored and newly opened Stanley Building in Pancras Square, King’s Cross, the former home to Google HQ. The Stanley Building includes office space, meeting rooms and events space and a fabulous roof terrace. More.
The Knowledge Quarter is a consortium of over 75 academic, cultural, research, scientific and media organisations. All of the organisations have one important thing in common - they are all actively engaged in advancing and disseminating knowledge. Members include: Google, the British Library, Alan Turing Institute, Francis Crick Institute and the University of the Arts London as well as The Guardian, London Review of Books, Wellcome Trust and Universal Music. The list is truly eclectic and the Knowledge Quarter consortium brings these fantastic resources and talents together for the first time, helping to facilitate collaboration and to create unique partnerships.
The clock is ticking for the UK to negotiate a Brexit deal. Professor Abhinay Muthoo and Siobhan Benita discuss strategy and credibility in an article for The Conversation. Read the article 'Game Theory experts: credibility is key for a successful 'no deal' Brexit strategy