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eBio Trade: Using bacteriophages to discover new antifreeze proteins

Matthew Gibson, a professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Warwick and Warwick School of Medicine, said: "We have been working on developing synthetic tools to understand and interfere with the growth process of ice. The purpose is to help develop new cryoprotectants. This work is very exciting because we have discovered a very effective ring using biotechnology tools (bacteriophages), like small peptides.

"These peptides are easy to synthesize and modify, which will accelerate our research in this field. It also emphasizes Warwick's growing "team ice" collaboration network, which combines experimental and computational research."

Wed 12 May 2021, 11:09 | Tags: coverage

FJSEN: Efforts to promote Chinese tea and tea culture to the world

"In 2016, after graduating from the University of Warwick with a master's degree in big data analysis, Ark chose to return to his hometown of Wuyishan to take over the burden of making tea from his mother."

Tue 11 May 2021, 14:30 | Tags: coverage

Sina: How did the incredibly powerful magnetic field of white dwarfs come from?

Astronomers at the University of Warwick have co-authored a new study in Nature-Astronomy, which proposes a solution to the long-standing problem of how white dwarfs generate magnetic fields: a dynamic mechanism similar to how the earth generates magnetic fields. This research shows that sometimes very similar mechanisms can work in very different celestial bodies.

Tue 11 May 2021, 14:21 | Tags: expert comment, coverage

Reuters CN: "List of Important Global Economic Events"-May 7-May 14

"London - Michael Kumhof, a senior researcher at the Bank of England, speaks at the Digital Currency Symposium held by the University of Warwick"


Tue 11 May 2021, 14:18 | Tags: coverage

Sohu / Huiying Study Abroad: recommended Economics courses in UK

"The University of Warwick’s economics ranks first in the 2020 TIMES professional rankings and enjoys a high reputation in the UK and Europe. The economics of Warwick University is suitable for students with relevant academic backgrounds, and aims to train future economists or analysts. Andy Haldane, currently chief economist at the Bank of England, graduated here."

Tue 11 May 2021, 14:13 | Tags: coverage

eBio Trade: Experts call for a comprehensive reform of abortion care

New research shows that miscarriage, which affects one in ten women in the world, is often minimised in society. Professor Siobhan Quenby, Warwick Medical School, was involved in the study and is quoted here.

Thu 29 Apr 2021, 11:16 | Tags: expert comment, coverage

Sina: Low-fat diet may lower testosterone levels in men

Recently, researchers from the University of Worcester and the University of Warwick published a paper titled 'Low-fat diets and testosterone in men: Systematic review and meta-analysis of intervention studies' in The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.


Fri 23 Apr 2021, 11:50 | Tags: coverage

Sohu/ Spicy Study Abroad: TOP 10 Advantages of British Universities

"Although the history of the establishment of the University of Warwick is only about 60 years, the University of Warwick ranks consistently among the Top 10 in the UK and is one of the top 100 research universities in the world. It is also a member of the Russell University Group in the UK. Warwick has an excellent reputation in all circles of business and politics, and its business school (WBS) and manufacturing engineering school (WMG) are especially famous!"

Mon 19 Apr 2021, 10:49 | Tags: coverage

Sina Finance: Scientists find new possibilities for computer memory and storage

According to foreign media reports, physicists who are looking for a rare magnetic spin structure have discovered another object with its own characteristics hidden in the structure of an ultra-thin magnetic film, which they call a disproportionate spin crystal. A research team from the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom reported this discovery in Nature Communications, which may provide new possibilities for technologies such as computer memory and storage.

Fri 16 Apr 2021, 13:40 | Tags: coverage

eBio Trade: The mechanism by which stem cell depletion leads to recurrent miscarriage

According to a study published in the journal Stem Cells, the depletion of certain types of stem cells in the endometrium during pregnancy may be an important factor leading to miscarriage. The study was conducted by researchers at Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK. They reported how the loss of decidual precursor cells before pregnancy can lead to recurrent miscarriages.

"This increases the possibility of using them to prevent pregnancy disorders," said corresponding author Jan J. Brosens, MD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Warwick Medical School (WMS).

Fri 16 Apr 2021, 13:37 | Tags: expert comment, coverage

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