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Dr James Blake awarded Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Fellowship

Congratulations to Dr James Blake, who has been awarded a 3-year fellowship of £365,966 through the STFC early-stage research and development scheme.

New paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) Journal

Andrew Jackson (Warwick), Theodoros Kapourniotis (STFC) and Animesh Datta (Warwick) have published their paper ‘Accreditation of Analogue Quantum Simulators’ in the PNAS journal.

Thu 01 Feb 2024, 14:07 | Tags: announcements, Research, Faculty of Science

New paper published in Nature Physics

Dr Wei Peng, lead author with colleagues Professor Ana Sanchez, Professor David Walker and Steven Hindmarsh have worked collaboratively with other institutions to publish their paper titled Flexoelectric polarizing and control of a ferromagnetic metalLink opens in a new window in Nature Physics on Jan. 17, 2024.

Thu 25 Jan 2024, 11:58 | Tags: Research, Faculty of Science

Solid state NMR shows how a wood modification boosts biomass conversion

Professor Ray Dupree, Dr Rosalie Cresswell and Dr Dinu Iuga are co-authors of a recently published paper in Nature Plants titled ‘Ectopic callose deposition into woody biomass modulates the nano-architecture of macrofibrils’.


Tue 10 Oct 2023, 15:16 | Tags: Feature News, Research, Faculty of Science

Professor Paul Goddard announced as the 2023 winner of the Brian Pippard Prize

Professor Paul Goddard has been announced as the winner of the 2023 Brian Pippard Prize from the Institute of Physics (IOP) Superconductivity Group.

The Pippard Prize is named in honour of Professor Sir Brian Pippard, and is awarded on an annual basis by the IOP Superconductivity Group to a scientist working in the UK who has made a significant contribution to the field of superconductivity in the last few years.

Tue 22 Aug 2023, 14:36 | Tags: Feature News, announcements, Research, Awards

The Role of GNOSIS in the Growing Global Commitment to Space Sustainability

The Global Network on Sustainability in Space, GNOSIS, founded by and based at Warwick, supports the global scientific community to apply their knowledge to achieving sustainability in space. In the four years since the launch of GNOSIS it has grown to be a diverse global network of over 650 members from academia, the space sector and government, who work together to address the impact of debris and space weather on the rapidly growing spacecraft population.

Space sustainability leaders from across the globe, including the Chair of GNOSIS Katherine Courtney, were gathered in London on 28th June for a series of events hosted by the UK government and King Charles III.

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