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Digital pathology cleared for use in cancer screening programmes

New research funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) has led to the UK government approving the use of digital pathology to help speed up analysis of cancer screening samples.


Protected areas in Thailand are at a higher risk of forest fires when located away from indigenous communities, research finds

Research from the University of Warwick has found that national parks and protected areas are at a higher risk of forest fires when located farther away from indigenous communities.


Curtail Zero Hour Contracts and give workers guaranteed work hours, say researchers at the University of Warwick

An evidence review led by the University of Warwick has concluded that the increase of zero hours contracts over the last 20 years has created significant risk for workers.


The University of Warwick celebrates diversity this International Students Day, 17th Nov: Sanctuary Scholarship Case Study, Elya Aliieva

Elya Aliieva's story stands as a testament to resilience and determination amidst challenging circumstances. Following the conflict in Ukraine, Elya found refuge in the UK and sought solace in education.

Elya was in her first year studying International Relations at Kyiv University when she had to abandon her dreams. Six months into her studies, war broke out and normal life stopped overnight.

Sat 18 Nov 2023, 10:26 | Tags: University of Warwick, International, Ukraine

The University of Warwick to host Nobel Prize winner Professor Abdulrazak Gurnah

Nobel Prize winner for literature, Professor Abdulrazak Gurnah, will give the annual Edward Said Memorial Lecture at the University of Warwick on Wednesday, November 15.


Awe-inspiring science can have a positive effect on mental wellbeing, new research finds

Research led by psychologists at the University of Warwick has revealed a profound connection between the spirituality of science and positive wellbeing, much like the benefits traditionally associated with religion.

Thu 05 Oct 2023, 09:16 | Tags: University of Warwick, research, psychology

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