Step inside I:DNA, an immersive art installation, and learn about the inner worlds and experiences of people who live with a range of different genetic conditions. I:DNA will be on tour at Millennium Point, Birmingham from 18th February – 3rd March.
The run up and duration of 2021 is going to be a very busy time for Coventry and Warwick. With so much going on across the city and region, there will be lots of opportunities to host a conference that will be that little bit more special and memorable for you and your delegates. Warwick Conferences are here to support you across the whole process of attracting and hosting a conference.
Staff and students from The University of Warwick have been working with Canley residents to help develop a neighbourhood action plan.
The Years by Annie Ernaux, translated from French by Alison L. Strayer and published by Fitzcarraldo Editions, has been announced as the 2019 winner of the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation.
On the 5th October, over 1500 visitors to FarGo Village had the chance to explore collaborative research happening across Coventry's two universities and a whole host of community partners. With everything from a bouncy castle to virtual reality, and film screenings to print screening, there was something for everyone to get involved with.
More than 500 people took part in the workshops, talks and activities organised by the University of Warwick for this year’s ESRC Festival of Social Science.
From 2-7 November 2019, an innovative new touring art installation I:DNA will be on display in Coventry Cathedral to bring fresh perspectives on the lived experience of families and individuals affected by genetically-inherited conditions, and their reactions to genomic medicine.
The ESRC Festival of Social Science brings to life some of the UK's leading social science research, and shows how social sciences influence our society, economy and politics. This year's Festival runs from 2-9 November, 2019, with events taking place in Coventry and Leamington Spa, and across the UK.