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Discovered: The mechanism that generates huge white dwarf magnetic fields

A dynamo mechanism could explain the incredibly strong magnetic fields in white dwarf stars according to an international team of scientists, including a University of Warwick astronomer.

Fri 30 Apr 2021, 10:05 | Tags: Physics, Astrophysics, research, astronomy

The Lancet: Experts call for comprehensive reform of miscarriage care and treatment worldwide to replace current fragmented approach

A three-paper report published in The Lancet and co-led by Professor Siobhan Quenby of Warwick Medical School highlights that the current approach to miscarriage care must be improved, by providing more accurate diagnosis and appropriate investigations, improved treatments to prevent miscarriage, effective management methods that suit women’s needs and preferences, and treatment from health-care professionals specifically trained in early pregnancy care.

Tue 27 Apr 2021, 10:13 | Tags: research, WMS, Warwick Medical School

Search for planetary remains and new mathematical concepts at University of Warwick receive over €4 million European research funding

Scientists at the University of Warwick are to benefit from a total of over €4 million funding to support new projects that will aim to find and analyse the remains of planets around nearby dead stars, and to find new ways of incorporating the ideas of combinatorics into different areas of mathematics.

Thu 22 Apr 2021, 11:49 | Tags: Physics, Astrophysics, Mathematics, research, astronomy

Quarter million pound research fund will help improve hospice care in West Midlands

Hospice care across the West Midlands has received an exciting boost as researchers from the University of Warwick have received a quarter of a million pound grant to establish better care for terminally ill patients.

Thu 22 Apr 2021, 10:41 | Tags: research, WMS, Warwick Medical School

First transiting exoplanet’s ‘chemical fingerprint’ reveals its distant birthplace

Astronomers have found evidence that the first exoplanet that was identified transiting its star could have migrated to a close orbit with its star from its original birthplace further away.

Wed 07 Apr 2021, 18:23 | Tags: Physics, Astrophysics, research, astronomy

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