Social mingling shapes and transforms the ‘vocabularies’ of apes, just like in humans, according to new research led by the University of Warwick.
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).
A postgraduate student from the University of Warwick, whose research focuses on understanding personality traits that widen the gender gap, has been recognised by a major international award as one of the most promising and inspiring young female scientists from the Middle East.
An international consortium with researchers from 13 countries, including a psychologist from the University of Warwick, has investigated the impact of Covid-19 related social isolation measures on 2,200 young infants and toddlers between 8 and 36 months of age.