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New pelvis motion tracking technology to transform hip replacement decisions

A new pelvis motion tracking device developed by WMG, at the University of Warwick, can help detect flexible pelvises without numerous x-rays, to determine who will benefit from more advanced surgical planning before hip replacement surgery.

Mon 24 Sep 2018, 16:05 | Tags: Health, 3D Printing, UK, IDH, WMG, Coventry, Corin, Health and Medicine

WMG part of a £37m project to develop lightweight vehicles

A new research project, Tucana, will focus on lighweighting technology, delivering stiffer and lighter vehicle structures with the help of experts from WMG, at the University of Warwick.

WMG will receive £4m, of the £18.7m government funding through the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC), to drive the development of innovative lightweight vehicle and powertrain structures, building on the UK’s leading-edge capability in this area.


British Science Festival heads to Coventry and Warwickshire in 2019

The British Science Association and University of Warwick are pleased to announce that the British Science Festival in 2019 will take place in Coventry and Warwickshire, from 10–13 September. Working in partnership with the University of Warwick, one of the UK’s leading research universities, the British Science Association will bring the four-day event to the region for the first time in its 188-year history.


Warwick research helps point the way to better quality work

Measuring Good Work, a report launched today by the RSA and the Carnegie UK Trust recommends that seven dimensions of job quality should be monitored annually by the government.

Prof. Warhurst, Director of Warwick University’s Institute for Employment Research (IER) was a member of the Measuring Job Quality Working Group and played a key role in developing a suite of measurements which would help the Government meet its aspiration that all work should be ‘good work,’ in quality as much as quantity.

Fri 07 Sep 2018, 10:29 | Tags: UK, Institute for Employment Research, graduates, Employment, work

Historic space weather could clarify what’s next

Historic space weather may help us understand what’s coming next, according to new research by the University of Warwick.


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