Gambian sleeping sickness – a deadly parasitic disease spread by tsetse flies - could be eliminated in six years in key regions in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), according to new research by the University of Warwick.
Good news for Christmas - The Wolfson Foundation grants University of Warwick £2 million for new Mathematical Sciences building
It has just been announced that the University of Warwick has been awarded £2 million from The Wolfson Foundation to help construct a new Mathematical Sciences building.
A disabling parasitic disease which causes elephantiasis, and threatens around one billion people globally – Lymphatic filariasis - could be eliminated more quickly, thanks to research by the University of Warwick.
Warwick researcher one of first women to receive Suffrage Science award in maths and computing on Ada Lovelace Day 2016
On Tuesday 11 October 2016 at Bletchley Park, Professor Jane Hutton from the University of Warwick’s Department of Statistics, will become be one of the first women to receive a new Suffrage Science in maths and computing award.
The life chances of over one billion people could be improved through examining the transmission of nine neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), an international consortium of researchers has argued.
Targeted punishments could provide a path to international climate change cooperation, new research in game theory has found.
Vince Cable announces that Warwick will be one of the five universities to lead the Alan Turing Institute
The University of Warwick is one five universities announced today, Wednesday 28th January, by the Rt. Hon. Dr Vince Cable, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, as leaders of the prestigious new Alan Turing Institute.
Researchers at the University of Warwick have picked up an early Christmas present in the form of more than £5 million worth of grants from the European Research Council (ERC). They have been won by the Department of Sociology, the Faculty of Science and the Mathematics Institute – and will be used to fund five new projects over the next few years.
Professor Dan Král's and Dr David Loeffler of the University of Warwick's Mathematics Institue have been awarded Philip Leverhulme prizes in recognition of their contribution's to their fields.