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Warwick Moto superbike designs unveiled

Warwick Moto team have unveiled the plans for how their electric superbike, called Aurora will look when she’s ready to race.


The early pandemic paradox: fewer deaths in the first 4 months from December 2019 to March 2020 compared to the previous 5 years

Professor Theo Arvanitis, Institute of Digital Healthcare, WMG, University of WarwickAn analysis of national weekly mortality rates between December 2019 – March 2020, compared to the same period for the previous five years, by researchers at WMG and WMS, University of Warwick, has shown that there have been fewer deaths registered this year during the lead up to the Covid-19 pandemic. Researchers have called this the SARS-CoV-2 Paradox - which could be due to early social distancing measures.

Mon 22 Jun 2020, 09:51 | Tags: WMG, research, WMS, Warwick Medical School, Health and Medicine

How Dashcams help and hinder forensics

Dashcams are vital for helping police investigate car incidents, however the way the footage is submitted to police, managed and processed can cause problems. A researcher at WMG, University of Warwick has assessed seven different types of dashcams’ SD storage systems to see how they help and hinder digital forensics.

Thu 11 Jun 2020, 09:47 | Tags: WMG, Forensics, Sciences

New study provides insights into how retailers have responded to COVID-19

The study by WMG, University of Warwick and Blue Yonder examines how retailers have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure their survival. The

report highlights many points, particularly the need for human intervention as existing processes couldn’t keep up with changes in the market, going forward future systems will need to be more robust and responsive, to increase speed and agility in the supply chain

Mon 08 Jun 2020, 08:31 | Tags: supply chains, WMG, coronavirus, Sciences

The UK Public want the NHS to be the controlling body in Covid-19 contact-tracing app – says new research

The public have massive trust in the NHS, with over half (57.4%) of participants in the study favouring prioritising controlling the pandemic over privacy, they also argue the NHS should have control and access to data in the Covid-19 contact-tracing app, new research by researchers in WMG at the University of Warwick, and at the University of Birmingham have found.

Wed 20 May 2020, 08:59 | Tags: WMG, coronavirus, Sciences

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