Warwick researchers help create "ethical compass" to guide research during global health emergencies
Two Warwick researchers have contributed to a new report from the Nuffield Council on Bioethics which urges Governments, funders, and research bodies to take action to ensure that research is undertaken ethically during global health emergencies such as the current coronavirus outbreak.
Dr Reuel J Khoza, Professor Michèle Lamont and Dr David Halpern share insights gained from their careers and pass on advice to the new Warwick graduates.
Infectious diseases could be detected, prevented and controlled thanks to a new £4m grant from the NIHR to the University of Warwick. Researchers will work with partners to develop the use of cutting edge genomics to protect public health.
Applications are now open for the second Data Science for Social Good Summer Fellowship being held at the University of Warwick.
The Data Science for Social Good (DSSG) initiative was started at the University of Chicago in 2013 and sees students, PhDs, graduates and data science enthusiasts come together to learn new skills and work on projects submitted by charities, public organisations and social enterprises.
The ability to reuse high numbers of Electric Vehicle Lithium Ion batteries for domestic and industrial use is becoming a reality for Nissan thanks to a new grading system developed by researchers at WMG, University of Warwick.