Can super-speedy plant cells feed a growing population?
New research will investigate whether specialised plant “train tracks” that move molecules in cells could help feed the growing population.
University of Warwick academics and the Football Association of Wales announce project partnership to study communication during live matches
Linguistics experts at the University of Warwick will be working with the Football Association of Wales to analyse communication between game analysts and team coaches, in order to improve teamwork and gain insights into how professional sports teams can achieve a competitive edge through language.
Levelling Up Secretary hails region's 'visionary local leaders' as West Midlands Deeper Devolution Deal confirmed at Warwick
The Levelling Up Secretary and West Midlands Mayor Andy Street have signed a landmark deeper devolution deal for the region at the University of Warwick today, marking a seismic shift in power, funding and responsibility from Whitehall to the West Midlands.
Dizzy apes provide clues on human need for mind altering experiences
Great apes deliberately spin themselves in order make themselves dizzy, academics at the University of Warwick and the University of Birmingham have discovered.
New research from the University of Warwick reveals an increased risk of concussion-related injuries in away games
New research from the University of Warwick has identified an increased risk when it comes to concussion for rugby players away from home, as well as increased symptoms, symptom severity and recovery times in professional rugby players.