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Science that Sleighs: Christmas 2023 kicks-off with Christmas Lectures at the University of Warwick

Christmas landed at the University of Warwick this week, as Christmas Lecturers made a return for another year. They featured some of the university's most esteemed scientists stepping out of their labs to amaze attendees in the spirit of Christmas.

Fri 01 Dec 2023, 09:24 | Tags: Christmas

Rare six-planet star system discovery is music to astronomers’ ears

A rare star system with six exoplanets has been discovered with an architecture unchanged for billions of years.

Wed 29 Nov 2023, 16:01 | Tags: Physics, research, Sciences

British grown baked beans ‘in the can’ thanks to University of Warwick Scientist

The University of Warwick’s British grown baked beans have progressed to the tinning phase, a pivotal step in their journey orchestrated by Warwick’s Professor Eric Holub.

Wed 29 Nov 2023, 10:39 | Tags: agriculture, School of Life Sciences, Beans

A look back at the hidden figures in History

As we reflect on pivotal moments throughout history, such as the suffragette movement, the Second World War, or the abolition of slavery, there is a tendency to overlook the names and stories of disabled individuals who played a critical role in shaping the course of history.

Tue 28 Nov 2023, 14:43 | Tags: Faculty of Arts, Arts and Humanities, History, Arts

Chevening scholars' success celebrated at the University of Warwick

International partnership scholars were celebrated last night at the University of Warwick as 150 students from 45 countries came together at an event to highlight international academic collaboration.

Tue 28 Nov 2023, 13:11 | Tags: International, Students

Film and TV production worsens climate crisis

Streaming giants are making TV production worse for the environment than ever before according to new research into the environmental impact of film and television production from the University of Warwick and the University of Cambridge. One Hollywood film creates around 3,000 tonnes of carbon, the equivalent of driving around the world almost 300 times.

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