Child malnutrition in Mauritius, and across Sub Saharan Africa, could be monitored more accurately and quickly, thanks to simple mobile-based data collection forms, according to new research by the University of Warwick, UK.
Dr Claire Lucas, from the School of Engineering has won the Women’s Engineering Society Prize at the IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Award 2019 at the event last night, the 5th December 2019 at the Savoy in London.
Whether you are fascinated by superbugs, stem cells, or circadian rhythms, a new programme of events from the University of Warwick will give you the ideal vantage point on biological and medical science.
Raymond Antrobus named winner of the 2019 Sunday Times/University of Warwick Young Writer of the Year Award
British-Jamaican poet Raymond Antrobus has been named winner of the 2019 Sunday Times/University of Warwick Young Writer of the Year Award for his critically acclaimed, multi-award-winning debut The Perseverance.
Female survivors of domestic abuse are at double the risk of developing long-term illnesses that cause widespread bodily pain and extreme tiredness, shows a study by the Universities of Warwick and Birmingham. Published today (Dec 6th GMT) in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence, the research shows that women who have experienced domestic abuse are almost twice as likely to develop fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) than those who have not.