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STEM Grand Challenge

Architects image of what the science precinct could look like
Concept imagery produced by architects, BDP, indicating what the Science Precinct could look like.

The Project

Learn about the University's STEM Grand Challenge project.

Latest News

Catch up on progress on the project.

Scope and Governance

Scope of the project and governance structures

Programme Steering Group

Physics is represented by Mark Newton and Rachel Edwards (also Warwick Institute of Engagement).

Programme Executive Group

Physics is represented by David Leadley.

Research Themes

Physics has representatives on each of the 5 research themes:

  • AI, Digital and Smart Applications
  • Advanced Materials and Systems
  • Energy, Environment and Sustainability
  • Frontier Science (chaired by Tim Gershon)
  • Health and Medical Technologies

Education

This workstream is composed of Curriculum Development Transformation Teams, overseen by the Education Steering Group.

Representatives are: Gavin Bell, Matteo Brogi, Steven Brown, Steve Dixon, Andrew Howes, Robb Johnston, Emma MacPherson, Michael Pounds and Yorck Ramachers.

Our teaching and its future
Submission to architects

Science Precinct Co-ordination Group

Mark Newton and David Leadley represent Physics.

Education Building Design

Representatives include Rachel Edwards, Rahil Haria (UG) and Andrew Howes.

Research Buildings Design

Representatives include Rachel Edwards, Tim Gershon, Robb Johnston, Keat Junn (PG), David Leadley and Daniel Mayoh.

People and Organisation

The P&O workstream will consider questions of structure, identity and culture in relation to the STEM Grand Challenge to support and enable wider transformation work across the programme. Physics is represented by Katherine Branch.