German news site. Dr. Mike Tildesley, professor of infectious disease modeling at the University of Warwick, told Times Radio, "It's hard to be categorical about, but I think we need to remember that any form of relaxation does there will be more intermingling and that could lead to increased risks." He appeals, "It is really very important that people obey the rules."
Swiss news website. Experts urge people to remain cautious. Lawrence Young, a virologist and professor of molecular oncology at Warwick Medical School, urged caution: "So while we take the opportunity to enjoy the shopping and hospitality outdoors, we have to be careful - the virus is still out there and very contagious."
"These figures of 60% and 70% of people hospitalized or deceased having received the two doses of vaccine come from the third wave modeling carried out by researchers at the University of Warwick, it is explained in the same summary..."
Spanish news: A study, led by the University of Warwick and published in the journal Nature , has for the first time measured up to six molecules in an exoplanet's atmosphere to determine their composition. It is also the first time that astronomers have used them to definitively pinpoint the location where these hot giant planets form thanks to the composition of their atmospheres.
German news broadcaster: "The University of Warwick has examined for Great Britain how the infection rate would develop there between January 2021 and January 2024 if the population were vaccinated step by step, with an average vaccination protection of 85 percent."
Swiss news site: "According to the calculations made by Matt J. Keeling's team at the University of Warwick herd immunity against Sars-CoV-2 can hardly be achieved with vaccinations. Keeling and his colleagues believe that a complete containment of the virus and thus the end of the pandemic solely on the basis of vaccinations is unlikely." Also see Repubblica (Italian)
Spanish news website reports: The TE-1 Project, which is carried out in collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE), Integral Powertrain, WMG (University of Warwick) and with funding from the UK Government's Zero Emission Vehicle Commission, gave its first steps in May 2019.
Spanish news site: "Researchers from the Intelligent Vehicles Group at WMG, University of Warwick recently carried out a simulation to measure the performance of LiDAR sensors under rainy conditions. The whole process and the result of this was recorded for an article published in the IEEE Sensors Journal." (March 2021)