Increase homegrown fruit and veg and add £0.5bn to the economy say scientists – as we reel from supermarket shortages
As the UK reels from recent fruit and vegetable shortages, scientists are advising how to increase homegrown produce – benefitting the economy and the environment.
Warwick University will help Bolivia become the “energy cell of the world”
Historic agreement sees the university and Bolivia collaborate on lithium battery project and provide scholarships for Bolivian students
‘Hedgehog Friendly’ University of Warwick reminds us to look out for hedgehogs this bonfire night with three top tips
Having recently been awarded the Bronze Hedgehog Friendly Campus Award after the work of staff and students in 2021, The University of Warwick now looks to the future in the hope to receive silver for this year’s efforts.
Bacteria found on common UK trees may act as a sink for air pollution, research finds.
Bacteria found on the leaves of common UK tree species may remove toxic carbon monoxide (CO) from the air, according to researchers from the University of Warwick.
Clean Transport Accelerator launched by NatWest and University of Warwick to help SMEs fast-track their innovations
With transport being the largest carbon emitting sector in the UK, a partnership between NatWest and WMG at the University of Warwick has led to the launch of the Clean Transport Accelerator. It will support businesses which are part of the mobility sector to develop products and services that will play their part in achieving the UK’s net-zero goals.