The way ahead is driven by expert researchers who are exploring ways to create a better world for everyone.
The future feels more uncertain than ever, but excellent research gives us the chance to see over the horizon.
Warwick's skilled and talented researchers work across the arts, sciences and social sciences to unlock the future.
We’re sharing their perspectives and stories to show how they're pointing the way ahead towards a better future.
Dr Kieran File, Applied Linguistics
Dr Matthew Jenner, Department of Chemistry
Professor Emma Mason, Head of English and Comparative Literary Studies
Margot James, Executive Chair, WMG
Professor Kim Hoque, Warwick Business School
Professor Kevin Butcher, Department of Classics & Ancient History
Professor Dieter Wolke, Department of Psychology
Professor Kerry Kirwan, WMG
The way ahead for future healthcare is using cryopreservation to store biological material for novel treatments such as regenerative and translational medicine
Dr Gabriele Sosso, Department of Chemistry
Professor Sharifah Sekalala, Warwick Law School
Professor Swaran Singh, Warwick Medical School
Dr Martine Barons, Department of Statistics
Professor Shanwen Tao, School of Engineering
Professor Gavin Perkins, Warwick Medical School
Professor Rosemary Collier, School of Life Sciences
Professor Quassim Cassam, Department of Philosophy
Professor Michael Waterson, Department of Economics
Professor Reinhard Maurer, Department of Chemistry
Dr Munehiro Asally, School of Life Sciences
The way ahead for collecting memories and remembering the past is through helping people tell forgotten stories
Professor Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, Modern Languages and Cultures