Our GRP programme has undergone an extensive review to ensure that some of the planet’s biggest challenges can be tackled through excellent interdisciplinary research.
Interested in exploring the role of arts and culture in tackling particular issues? Take a look at the research areas for the final internal City of Culture funding call, get support and apply. Applications are welcomed from members of all faculties and interdisciplinary collaboration is strongly encouraged.
Warwick has once again been named in the top ten universities in the UK and top 100 in the world for research and teaching in the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings 2019.
The University of Warwick has been chosen to host eleven of 2019’s Leverhulme Early Career Fellows – just under ten per cent of the national total.
Bookings for the British Science Festival 2019 are now open. This year's line-up is notable for its diverse and entertaining programme of events.
Hear from Dr Alessia Maccaro, one of our first cohort of Fernandes Fellows - early career researchers at European institutions visiting Warwick to develop long-term research collaborations, supported by a philanthropic donation from a Warwick alumnus.
Would you like to take the stage in the Butterworth Hall and share your passion for science with over a thousand school children, young people, families and adults? Find out how to get involved.
Professor Mark Pollicott from the Department of Mathematics has been awarded a European Research Council Advanced Grant to develop new methods and theories in pure maths, which will have important and diverse applications to many different areas.
Learn more about the Midlands ICURe programme, which focuses on commercially-promising ideas from researchers, and apply for support by 4 May.