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Memory is damaged by air pollution, researchers find

New research from the University of Warwick shows that human memory is significantly worse in parts of England with high levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and air particulates (PM10). The difference in memory quality between England’s cleanest and most-polluted areas is equivalent to the loss of memory from 10 extra years of ageing.


City of Culture projects to be highlighted at FarGo Village

With City of Culture 2021 less than two years away, there are plenty of exciting new projects underway across Coventry – and you can hear about what will be offer this Saturday (5th October) at FarGo Village from 12pm-2.30pm.


Researchers look for better ways to help young people in care become independent adults

Better ways to support young people as they leave the care system and become independent adults are at the heart of a major new research project led by the Monash Warwick Alliance and supported by £2m grant from the Economic and Social Research Council.


Seven-year old inventor sees her machine made real at University of Warwick’s Family Day

Over 5,000 people visited the University of Warwick’s special science themed Family Day at the weekend. Among them was seven-year-old Evie Williams who won the University’s Rube Goldberg machine competition.


Cyber security of Connected Autonomous Vehicles trialled

The privacy and security of data in CAVs has been improved thanks to WMG, University of Warwick who tested four innovations that were results of the PETRAS project. CAVs can now connect to each other, roadside infrastructure, and roadside infrastructure to each other more securely.

Mon 16 Sep 2019, 11:09 | Tags: University of Warwick, automotive, WMG, autonomous vehicles

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