New research from the University of Warwick has found that almost 50,000 people from underrepresented groups around Coventry have been brought into cultural participation by Coventry City of Culture last year, including around 10,000 from the most underrepresented areas.
The University of Warwick kicked off the Christmas season with a free, festive event bringing communities together
The University of Warwick has kicked off the festive season by teaming up with Leamington-based community centre, Brunswick Hub, for a free evening of food, music and creativity, as part of its ongoing effort to support staff, students and residents tackle the ongoing cost-of-living crisis.
£1.7m containment facility will help tackle globally important diseases and prepare for future pandemics
A £1.7m laboratory building which will investigate infectious diseases has opened at the University of Warwick – helping to tackle some of the most globally important human diseases and prepare for pandemics of the future.
In the age of the fitness watches and smartphones, we often wake up to see an app-generated ‘sleep quality score’ evaluating how well we slept. People rarely wonder what sleep quality actually means and which aspects of our experience matter most when we come to judge our own sleep.
People with terminal illness across the West Midlands are still living in fear of catching Covid-19 and dying early according to research. Their experiences were described in four reports, which contain recommendations for hospices.