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US boycott of Chinese researchers could ‘stifle’ global progress, research suggests.

Academics are warning that proposed measures by the Trump administration to restrict Chinese researchers from working in the US could ‘stifle’ global progress.

Researchers at the Universities of Bristol, Warwick and the London School of Economics have drawn parallels with the sharp decline in international scientific cooperation after World War I, warning that a similar impact could be seen if new barriers are put in place by the US.

Copyrights, patents and trademarks - how will Brexit affect intellectual property rights?

The second in a new series of briefs bringing current legal thinking to bear on public policy issues and contemporary concerns has been published today by GLOBE, a research centre within the University of Warwick’s Law School. Brexit: Mitigating Uncertainty in Intellectual Property Law and Policy by Dr Ben Farrand explores what the different proposed models of a future EU-UK relationship may mean for the UK’s intellectual property laws and policies.

BBC journalist, Paralympic gold medallist, South African mediator, and NASA scientist to receive honorary degrees from the University of Warwick

Leading BBC Journalist Stephen Sackur, Paralympic rowing gold medallist Pamela Relph, a South African conflict mediator Peter Harris, and a NASA scientist Douglas Terrier, are just four of the people who will receive honorary degrees from the University of Warwick at its 2018 summer graduation ceremonies in July.

Mon 14 May 2018, 07:56 | Tags: University of Warwick, VIPs and Personalities

Oral drug treatment helps protect cancer patients from potentially deadly DVT and pulmonary embolism

Research from the University of Warwick indicates that taking a tablet a day can help treat cancer patients of a potentially deadly condition.

Fri 11 May 2018, 09:55 | Tags: Health, NHS, research, cancer, WMS, Health and Medicine

AI Network launched to tackle societal issues

Warwick Business School is launching a research network to investigate how artificial intelligence can be used to take on some of the world’s biggest challenges. The Artificial Intelligence Innovation Network (AIIN) will bring together academics, businesses and those using AI across different sectors to tackle global problems like the sustainability of smart cities, the security of financial systems, the sourcing of energy, water and food, and improved diagnostic processes for healthcare.

Thu 10 May 2018, 15:59 | Tags: Warwick Business School, AI, Faculty of Social Science

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