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Royal Astronomical Society’s Herschel Medal awarded to Warwick researcher

The Royal Astronomical Society’s 2018 Herschel Medal has been awarded to a University of Warwick astrophysicist - Professor Tom Marsh.


Why India's kanthari Foundation is leading the way in social enterprise

Empowering the most vulnerable and driving social change is something Governments, charities and NGOs have been attempting to do for decades. Haley Beer, Assistant Professor of Performance and Responsibility, is researching a foundation in India, led by Sabriye Tenberken, who has been blind since childhood, and Paul Kronenberg to find out the secret to its success.

Tue 16 January 2018, 13:27 | Tags: University of Warwick, WBS

Warwick gravitational waves physicist wins Blavatnik Young Scientists Award

An astrophysicist from the University of Warwick has been named a 2018 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in the United Kingdom Finalist, winning $30,000.


Medea comes to the Belgrade Theatre

Euripides’ tragedy about love, betrayal and revenge is coming to Coventry. The play will be produced by Classics students at the University of Warwick, and will be performed in the Main Stage of the prestigious Belgrade Theatre in Coventry.

Known as one the most tragic pieces of ancient Greek theatre, the play tells the story of the former barbarian princess Medea and her desire to exact revenge against her unfaithful husband, Jason.


Cancer targeted with reusable ‘stinging nettle’ treatment

Cancer cells can be destroyed more effectively and selectively with a unique new reusable treatment, activated with a substance found in stinging nettles and ants - thanks to new research by the University of Warwick.


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