Declining pay is leaving more schools without a male classroom teacher, study warns
Nearly a third of primary schools do not have a single male classroom teacher, a new study from Warwick Business School shows.
New treatment helps people stop addictive opioid painkillers used for chronic pain
Researchers at the University of Warwick and The James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough have led a clinical trial, funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR), on a new treatment which can help people stop needing to use opioid painkillers to manage chronic pain.
The researchers tackling the world’s climate-driven water crisis
A safe supply of clean water is necessary for human survival – yet 2.2 billion people around the world lack access to this basic human right. A global crisis is looming on water security, which has been escalated by climate change.
£2.5m Grant awarded to establish a West Midlands Evidence Synthesis Group (ESG) to provide best evidence for health and social care
A £2.5m grant will enable researchers from the West Midlands region led by the University of Warwick to provide sound evidence to healthcare policymakers, to ensure patients and service users receive the best quality care.
Chimpanzees combine calls to communicate new meaning
Similar to humans, chimpanzees combine vocalizations into larger communicatively meaningful structures.