"Even as negotiations for the UK’s exit from the European Union reach their complex climax, [the University of Warwick] is set to virtually host a week-long event dedicated to continental cooperation." Read more about our EUTOPIA network in University Business. (November 2020)
Dr Lucie Gadenne, Department of Economics, writes for French newspaper Libération about the quest for a COVID-19 vaccine, and how to make it accessible to everyone around the world once it is discovered. (May 2020). Also, listen to her interview on Radio Canada here.
EUTOPIA, an established alliance of six European universities that exists to create a connected and inclusive community addressing global and local challenges, has been successful in its bid for a €5m grant from the Erasmus+ ‘European Universities’ programme. June 2019
"Warwick, pourtant peu connue en France, est devenue la troisième université du Royaume-Uni qui accueille le plus de Français" - Le Monde a visité Warwick en mars 2019. (Paywall).
Spanish newspaper cites a study by the University of Warwick, which finds that happy employees are 12% more productive. (December 2020)
French newspaper Le Figaro: "...we have just received a report entitled soberly 'A wealth tax for the UK.' Written by three academic experts from prestigious institutions (London School of Economics, University of Warwick, Institute for Fiscal Studies), the study examines the feasibility of a wealth tax in Great Britain. (December 2020)
Podcast in French. Cécile Doustaly, researcher at CY Cergy Paris Université (a fellow EUTOPIA member), who has also researched at the University of Warwick, comments on how British artists and people in the UK culture sector are reacting in response to the pandemic and Brexit. She explains how Warwick is supporting Coventry City of Culture 2021, supporting artists and benefitting citizens. (December 2020)
There's too much junk in space, reports the Swiss news site. How much, exactly, can often only be estimated using complex simulations. Astronomers at the University of Warwick took a closer look at the orbit with a powerful telescope. October 2020.
German news site reports that British researchers recommend a short lockdown as a precautionary break -- authors Matt J. Keeling from the University of Warwick and Graham F. Medley from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.