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Reducing patients’ breathing efforts could be key to success of non-invasive respiratory support in COVID-19 patients

 Source: BiPAP using a ventilator,  Author James Heilman. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-invasive_ventilation#/media/File:BIPAP.JPG

Working with an international team of leading intensive care clinicians, engineering researchers at the University of Warwick have used computational modelling to show that non-invasive respiratory support is more likely to be successful if it allows significant reductions in patients’ breathing efforts.

Thu 21 Apr 2022, 10:24 | Tags: medicine, School of Engineering, COVID-19, wellbeing

University of Warwick researchers to research UK take-up of greener hydrogen and liquid low-carbon fuels such as ammonia

A new project investigating how the UK could increase its use of hydrogen and alternative liquid fuels in an effort to develop the low-carbon economy will include expertise from the University of Warwick.

Fri 08 Apr 2022, 12:13 | Tags: Engineering, research, School of Engineering

Warwick is serving up a Slice of Science this weekend

Have you ever wondered whether there were any other planets we could live on, or considered what happens after you have put that little stick up your nose for your COVID test? Fancy learning about slime or brain science – or wondered ‘exactly what is a tardigrade’? All the answers will be served – along with a cup of tea and slice of cake – at the University of Warwick’s Slice of Science event on Sunday (13 March).


New style of arch bridge architecture shaped by nature

A new style of arch bridges that are more robust than ever and inspired by nature have been found by a researcher from the University of Warwick.

Tue 18 Jan 2022, 09:55 | Tags: Engineering, School of Engineering

CO2 consuming concrete technology showcased at COP26 to be tested at University of Warwick

Technology developed by Concrete4Change that can make concrete a carbon sink rather than carbon producer will be trialled and tested by researchers from the University of Warwick. The technology which could revolutionise the concrete industry on a global scale, has been showcased and won an award at COP26.


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