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Africa @ Warwick

Research into the lasting impact of HIV and the changing face of democracy in Africa were just two of the issues discussed during the Africa @ Warwick event held in January. The event highlighted research themes and teaching programmes connecting the University of Warwick to Africa. A series of 13 podcasts were recorded over the two days and are now available online.
Tue 02 Feb 2010, 16:07 | Tags: Conference, Research, Researchers, International, Academic Staff

The T2K Experiment - Where is the anti-matter?

Scientists at Warwick have built a million pound detector as part of an international experiment (T2K) to investigate the behaviour of neutrinos.
Fri 22 Jan 2010, 10:33 | Tags: Research, Researchers, International

New Visiting Fellowships announced for International Researchers and Policymakers

The Institute of Advanced Study has recently announced a new round of visiting fellowships for 2009/2010 and is inviting Warwick staff to nominate international researchers and policy makers for the short-term residencies at the University.
Wed 17 Dec 2008, 15:22 | Tags: Research, Researchers, Academic Staff

Effects of Climate Change: One-Third of Coral Reefs ‘Beyond Recovery’

Coral reefs are still at risk from the effects of global warming despite having conservation zones designed to protect them, and at least one-third of the world’s coral reefs are now beyond recovery. An international team of researchers, including scientists at Warwick University, have warned that urgent action is needed to prevent the total collapse of these fragile ecosystems.
Fri 29 Aug 2008, 10:59 | Tags: Research, Biology, Researchers, Academic Staff

The Future of Car Manufacturing? Sticky ‘Velcro’ Car Parts…

It may sound improbable but plastic car parts could one day be joined together like Velcro, and peeled apart when it comes to recycling or disposal.
Wed 20 Aug 2008, 10:28 | Tags: Research, Engineering, Researchers

Prime Minister opens Warwick Digital Laboratory

Warwick’s new ultra-high tech facility, the Digital Laboratory, was officially opened by Prime Minister Gordon Brown at a ceremony on Friday 25 July using ‘virtual scissors’ to cut a ribbon in cyberspace.
Mon 28 Jul 2008, 17:18 | Tags: Research, Business, Researchers

Professor Sir Howard Dalton FRS

It is with very great regret that the University has been informed of the sudden and untimely death of Professor Sir Howard Dalton on Saturday 12th January 2008 in Leamington Spa.
Mon 14 Jan 2008, 09:52 | Tags: Sciences, Campus Life, Biology, Researchers, Academic Staff

University friends reunite for 100 mile cycle in support of Emily and Ovarian Cancer Action

Fifteen Warwick University graduates will reunite on 17th and 18th November to cycle 100 miles from London to Leamington Spa to raise money for Ovarian Cancer Action in support of their friend Emily McArthur who is currently fighting the disease.

Warwick IAS announces its first Visiting Fellows

Warwick’s Institute of Advanced Study has announced the first round of its Visiting Fellowships. Set up as part of Warwick’s ambitious new Strategy, the Institute will provide a site of international research interchange for the University.
Wed 17 Oct 2007, 09:51 | Tags: Research, Campus Life, Researchers, Academic Staff

EU Commissioner to Deliver Public Lecture at Warwick

Dr Janez Potočnik, the EU Commissioner for Science and Research, is visiting Warwick on 20 September 2007. He’ll be giving a public lecture on ‘The Role of Science and Research in a Knowledge Based Society’.
Mon 10 Sep 2007, 14:13 | Tags: Sciences, Business Members, Research, Community, Researchers

Warwick ranked 6th in Sunday Times University Guide

The Sunday Times University Guide, published yesterday, ranks Warwick 6th in the UK.

Warwick has climbed one place since the 2004 edition.

Reinvention Centre - Undergraduate Research-based learning

The Reinvention Centre, one of Warwick’s successful CETL bids, is being launched on Wed 12 October.

The Centre’s purpose is focused around developing, consolidating and enhancing research-based learning within the undergraduate curriculum.
Tue 18 Oct 2005, 11:48 | Tags: Researchers, Undergraduate Students, Academic Staff

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