Professor Andrew Easton, a virus molecular biology expert at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, said in an interview with Xinhua News Agency that he was worried that the current epidemic prevention measures in the UK were not enough. September 2020
Professor Mark Harrison, Department of Economics, tells this Chinese speaking website that COVID-19, in the long term, has the potential to change people’s perceptions of the global economy for the better. (May 2020).
Lawrence Young, a professor of molecular oncology at the University of Warwick, comments on the latest COVID-19 findings, saying that although many people speculate that a more aggressive strain may appear, research to date has shown that this is not the case. (May 2020).
QQ News lists the top majors to study in the UK after the COVID-19 pandemic – including University of Warwick for Accounting and Finance. (April 2020).
Dr. Zoe Ayres (University of Warwick, UK) shared a poster on social media to help peers reduce stress while ensuring work output and maintaining mental health - reported in QQ News. (April 2020)
Research by Professor Dieter Wolke, Department of Psychology, that finds letting babies cry from birth up to 18 months does not adversely affect behavioural development or attachment.
Dr Mike Tildesley comments that mortality rates of COVID-19 are linked with how many people are tested for the disease – the more people are tested, the better governments can respond. (April 2020)