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June 2020

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A bacterial biofilm patterned using MeniFluidics. A bacterial biofilm patterned using MeniFluidics. (54 KB) Alice Scott 05/06/20
A child's letter to a key worker. (4.9 MB) Alice Scott 08/06/20
A rendered image of what the front of Aurora will look like A rendered image of what the front of Aurora will look like (287 KB) Alice Scott 03/07/20 warwick moto, wmg
A view of a road from a dashcam A view of a road from a dashcam (563 KB) Alice Scott 11/06/20
Aurora render, Warwick Moto Aurora render, Warwick Moto (68 KB) Alice Scott 29/06/20
ChemBAM - Nicola Rogers 1 Dr Nicola Rogers from the Department of Chemistry during a ChemBAM event. (780 KB) Peter Thorley 24/06/20
ChemBAM - Nicola Rogers 2 Dr Nicola Rogers from the Department of Chemistry during a ChemBAM event. (368 KB) Peter Thorley 24/06/20
Claire Lucas named in Top 50 Women in Engineering 2020 Claire Lucas named in Top 50 Women in Engineering 2020 (3.1 MB) Luke Walton 23/06/20 engineering, Sciences, science faculty, award
Cobra player display (189 KB) Alice Scott 08/06/20
Coventry Creates 1 Work from Mary Courtney's project on the identity of creative individuals living in Coventry (233 KB) Luke Walton 01/07/20 Coventry, Arts, artist, culture
Coventry Creates 2 Work from Mary Courtney's project on the identity of creative individuals living in Coventry (145 KB) Luke Walton 01/07/20 Coventry, Arts, artist, culture
Coventry Creates 3 Work from Lucy Hutchison and Emily Warner's research into ‘Care Companion’ project (6.2 MB) Luke Walton 01/07/20 Arts, artist, culture, Coventry, community and region
Coventry Creates 4 Work from Mary Courtney's project on the identity of creative individuals living in Coventry (504 KB) Luke Walton 01/07/20 culture, Coventry, community and region, Arts, artist
Deaths rates in England and Wales: comparing deaths between December 2019 and March 2020 to death rates over the same period in the previous 5 years. Deaths rates in England and Wales: comparing deaths between December 2019 and March 2020 to death rates over the same period in the previous 5 years. (82 KB) Alice Scott 15/06/20
Dr Nicola Rogers Dr Nicola Rogers of the Department of Chemistry (135 KB) Peter Thorley 24/06/20
Durrington animation still Durrington animation still (165 KB) Luke Walton 23/06/20 life sciences, science faculty, Research
Durrington pic figure20 Durrington pic figure20 (201 KB) Luke Walton 23/06/20 science faculty, life sciences, Research
Face masks from Shanghai Staff at the School of Engineering with a delivery of 1000+ face masks donated from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China - to be given to the local NHS (575 KB) Luke Walton 11/06/20 Coventry, health, china
Garmin player display (172 KB) Alice Scott 08/06/20
Medical students and REACT2 trial Medical students at Warwick Medical School are conducting tests for key workers in the region as part of national research assessing Covid-19 antibody tests. (78 KB) Peter Thorley 30/06/20
Mivue manager display (178 KB) Alice Scott 08/06/20
Nextbase display (71 KB) Alice Scott 08/06/20
Nextbase replay-player (797 KB) Alice Scott 08/06/20
Possible mechanisms for reducing all-cause mortality. Possible mechanisms for reducing all-cause mortality. (46 KB) Alice Scott 15/06/20
REACT2 Image 1 Medical students at Warwick Medical School are conducting tests for key workers in the region as part of national research assessing Covid-19 antibody tests. (83 KB) Peter Thorley 06/07/20
REACT2 Image 2 Medical students at Warwick Medical School are conducting tests for key workers in the region as part of national research assessing Covid-19 antibody tests. (78 KB) Peter Thorley 06/07/20
REACT2 Image 3 Medical students at Warwick Medical School are conducting tests for key workers in the region as part of national research assessing Covid-19 antibody tests. (67 KB) Peter Thorley 06/07/20
Solar tornadoes figure A team of researchers led by Mariarita Murabito (INAF) that includes scientists from the University of Warwick and the Italian Space Agency has provided the first observational evidence that solar tornadoes are produced by swirling magnetic fields. Magnetic fields permeate the atmosphere of the Sun and are the main driver of dynamical processes on the Sun. The horizontal velocity field in the chromosphere shows the rotational pattern of two solar tornados (indicated by yellow circles). The blue and red colours indicate line-of-sight Doppler velocities. The flow patterns reveal that plasma flows up through one tornado, connects and flows down the second tornado. (10.0 MB) Peter Thorley 30/06/20
Soumya Krisha Kumar - Credit: Andrea Land (102 KB) Alice Scott 08/06/20
Soumya Krisha Kumar - Credit: Andrea Land (67 KB) Alice Scott 08/06/20
Soumya Krisha Kumar - Credit: Andrea Land (91 KB) Alice Scott 08/06/20
Sun clock Multiple cycles of the irregular, but roughly 11 year cycle of solar and geomagnetic activity is mapped onto a regular solar cycle clock with increasing time read clockwise. Circles indicate the cycle maxima (red), minima (green) and terminators (blue). Measures of solar activity are the daily F10.7 solar radio flux (blue), and GOES X-class, M-Class and C-class solar flare occurrence plotted (red, blue and green scaled histograms). Extreme space weather events at earth seen in the aa geomagnetic index are shown as black dots arranged on concentric circles where increasing radius indicates aa values which in any given day exceeded 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600nT, large events appear as ‘spokes’. The clock identified when activity switches on at the terminator and switches off at the pre-terminator (blue lines). (459 KB) Peter Thorley 09/06/20
Sun clock small Multiple cycles of the irregular, but roughly 11 year cycle of solar and geomagnetic activity is mapped onto a regular solar cycle clock with increasing time read clockwise. Circles indicate the cycle maxima (red), minima (green) and terminators (blue). Measures of solar activity are the daily F10.7 solar radio flux (blue), and GOES X-class, M-Class and C-class solar flare occurrence plotted (red, blue and green scaled histograms). Extreme space weather events at earth seen in the aa geomagnetic index are shown as black dots arranged on concentric circles where increasing radius indicates aa values which in any given day exceeded 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600nT, large events appear as ‘spokes’. The clock identified when activity switches on at the terminator and switches off at the pre-terminator (blue lines). (97 KB) Peter Thorley 10/06/20
T-ray camera Optical set up for single pixel transmission imaging of object R. (184 KB) Peter Thorley 08/07/20
The image shows the tanycytes expressing the light-sensitive ion channel (green), a general tanycyte marker (vimentin, red) and a stain for the cell nucleus (blue) The image shows the tanycytes expressing the light-sensitive ion channel (green), a general tanycyte marker (vimentin, red) and a stain for the cell nucleus (blue) (44 KB) Alice Scott 05/06/20
The image shows the tanycytes expressing the light-sensitive ion channel (green), a general tanycyte marker (vimentin, red) and a stain for the cell nucleus (blue) The image shows the tanycytes expressing the light-sensitive ion channel (green), a general tanycyte marker (vimentin, red) and a stain for the cell nucleus (blue) (17 MB) Alice Scott 05/06/20
Warwick 11 (15 MB) Tom Frew 02/06/20
Warwick 1 (16 MB) Tom Frew 02/06/20
Warwick 10 (10 MB) Tom Frew 02/06/20
Warwick 2 (11 MB) Tom Frew 02/06/20
Warwick 3 (3.6 MB) Tom Frew 02/06/20
Warwick 4 (4.9 MB) Tom Frew 02/06/20
Warwick 5 (8.6 MB) Tom Frew 02/06/20
Warwick 6 (9.9 MB) Tom Frew 02/06/20
Warwick 7 (2.4 MB) Tom Frew 02/06/20
Warwick 8 (14 MB) Tom Frew 02/06/20
Warwick 9 (9.6 MB) Tom Frew 02/06/20
White dwarf supernova The material ejected by the supernova will initially expand very rapidly, but then gradually slow down, forming an intricate giant bubble of hot glowing gas. Eventually, the charred remains of the white dwarf that exploded will overtake these gaseous layers, and speed out onto its journey across the Galaxy. Credit: University of Warwick/Mark Garlick (3.8 MB) Peter Thorley 10/07/20
bdh_0324.jpg (12 MB) Tom Frew 01/06/20
bdh_6921.jpg (12 MB) Tom Frew 01/06/20
covid_graph_1.png (339 KB) Alice Scott 04/06/20
covid_graph_2.png (323 KB) Alice Scott 04/06/20
covid_graph_3.png (242 KB) Alice Scott 04/06/20
covid_graph_4.png (290 KB) Alice Scott 04/06/20
exoplanet_neptunian_desert.jpg Artist’s impression showing a Neptune-sized planet in the Neptunian Desert. It is extremely rare to find an object of this size and density so close to its star. Credit: University of Warwick/Mark Garlick. (67 KB) Peter Thorley 26/06/20
sh1_0934.jpg (4.1 MB) Tom Frew 01/06/20
sh2_9280.jpg (6.2 MB) Tom Frew 01/06/20
sh2_9676.jpg (3.5 MB) Tom Frew 01/06/20
team_002.jpg (3.5 MB) Tom Frew 15/06/20
warwick_hub-29319-009_copy.jpg (17 MB) Tom Frew 01/06/20
warwick_hub-29319-105_copy.jpg (15 MB) Tom Frew 01/06/20