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Press Cuttings – October 6 – October 12

Press Cuttings – October 6 – October 12

Business Standard (India)
- WBS has been named in the Economist's list of top 100 MBAs

China Post
- Professor Christopher Hughes, Politics, comments on political shifts in Japan

Globedia (Brazil)
- Professor Paul Thornalley, WMS, has researched the health benefits of strawberries

Gulf News
- Feature on Ratan Tata, mentioning Lord Bhattacharyya

Investments and Pensions Europe
- Professor Bernard Casey, Economics, has argues against 'defined ambition' pensions in the UK

Malaysia Star
- Professor Andrew Oswald, Economics, comments in an article about home ownership
Also in Asia One

New Europe
- WBS has been ranked 35th in the FT World MBA Rankings

Press TV
- Lord Skidelsky, Economics, comments on government policies failing to mend the economy

Times of India
- Professor Andrew Oswald, Economics, and Professor Sarah Stewart-Brown, WMS, have found the mental health and wellbeing is highest in people who eat seven portions of fruit and veg a day
Also in Atlantic
Coventry Telegraph
Daily Express
Daily Mail
Daily Telegraph x2
Huffington Post
La Stampa (Italy)
Medical Xpress (Australia)
107+ other sources

Times of India
- Article on sleep patterns, mentioning recent research papers by Warwick

Times of India
- Professor Geraldine Hartshorne, WMS, has led a research team which has come up with a formula that predicts a woman's chances of pregnancy
Also in Coventry Telegraph
80 other sources

Times of India
- Thomas House, Maths, has discovered a new maths-based tool to detect the spread and lethality of pandemics
Also in 23 other sources

Times of India
- Dr Stefan Bon, Chemistry, has found a way of replacing half the content of fat in chocolate with fruit juice
Also in Sydney Morning Herald

Antiques Trade Gazette
- Interview with graduate and antiques dealer Kate Bryan

Around the Globe -
Comment piece by Professor Tony Howard, English, on Shakespeare films

Warwick is to host a new £92 million National Automotive Innovation Campus following an announcement from Chancellor George Osborne
Also in Birmingham Post x3
Coventry Observer
Coventry Telegraph x2
Huffington Post
ITV News
13 other sources

- A new cycle route linking Kenilworth and Warwick is to open this month

Computer Weekly -
Warwick has been ranked the best digital savvy university in the UK by Virgin Media
Also in Birmingham Mail

- Professor Tim Jones, Physics, comments on a new breakthrough in solar technology that enables e-book readers to be recharged in low light

Farmers Weekly
- Warwick is exploring a low-cost anaerobic digestion facility

 Professor James Hinton, History, writes a letter to the editor about closures of libraries and museums

- Women's officer at Warwick, Alys Cooke, comments in a blog about how student life is becoming more sexist

Health Service Journal - Professor Ian Philp, WMS, writes a comment piece on health care for the elderly

Practising Midwife
- Professor Jane Barlow, WMS, has evaluated a report that states the NHS is failing mothers with perinatal depression
Also in Children and Young People Now

Practising Midwife
- Comment piece by Dr Roger Gadsby, WMS, on nausea and vomiting through pregnancy

Professional Engineering
- Mark Leeson, Engineering, contributes to an article on li-fi - technology that uses beams of light to transmit data
Also in Laboratory News

Student BMJ
- Professor Martin Underwood, WMS, has found that taking too many painkillers can cause more headaches

- Obit on graduate Professor Robert Seymour

- Chancellor Sir Richard Lambert has hosted a workshop with headteachers and academics on a new Royal College of Teaching

Top Sante
- Dr Agrawal, WMS, contributes to a feature on how to boost fertility

Transport Manager
- Warwick is to host the UK's Energy Storage R&D Centre for electric and hybrid vehicle batteries
Also in Manufacturer

Birmingham Mail
- Warwick has been ranked sixth in the UK University League Table

Birmingham Post
- Medical expert Dr Oliver Sacks is to become a visiting academic at Warwick. Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Nigel Thrift comments

Business Desk
- Lord Bhattacharyya, WMG, comments on WMGs new innovation support programme

Coventry Telegraph
- Letter to the editor about students cycling on the roads around campus
Also in Kenilworth Weekly News
Leamington Courier

Coventry Telegraph
- Lord Bhattacharyya, WMG, officially opened a new training centre for doctors at UHCW

Coventry Telegraph
- Warwick is to host a new UTC on campus

Coventry Telegraph
- Warwick is to be involved in discussions to increase the amount of cycle lanes in Coventry

Express and Star
- Shireland Collegiate Academy is to be a pilot school for IGGY