We have lots of events which are open to the general public - the majority of which are free. We'd love you to join us.
If you've not been to campus before you can find travel advice here. And if you're unsure where to find a venue on campus, you can check the interactive campus map here. If you're planning to drive, information on car parking is here.
Tue 4 Feb, '20-
Come and find out more about the exciting research happening at Gibbet Hill.
'Science on the Hill' is a new exciting programme of public engagement events being jointly hosted by the School of Life Sciences and Warwick Medical School. These interactive two hour events will serve to showcase the new research being performed at the Gibbet Hill campus by these two schools to the local community.2
Our third event of the series investigates the effects of circadian biology (the roughly 24 hour cycle that governs physiological processes of living beings).
Do you ever wake up before your alarm clock goes off? Do your aches and pains always bother you at the same time of the day? Circadian clocks in humans, animals and plants orchestrate daily changes in many aspects of physiology, both in health and in disease. We will discuss current research into mechanisms of these processes and applications for medicine and crop improvement.
Please register here to attend this free event.