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Press Summary - September 15 - September 21

Press Cuttings: September 15 – September 21

International

Article Dashboard - Research at Warwick has shown that lack of sleep is linked to many heart conditions, including heart disease.

Astronomy - Peter Wheatley has published a paper on an 'X-ray flare changing an exoplanet's atmosphere'.

The Australian – A piece about Andrew Coats, the new head of the Monash-Warwick alliance.

Brisbane Times - Coconut oil can prevent tooth decay, according to a report presented at the University of Warwick.

British Airways Business Life - Mark Taylor, dean of WBS, comments on what makes their MBAs different from all the rest.

CNN - Former Warwick research fellow, H.A. Hellyer, gives his thoughts on the "anti-Islam video".

The Daily Star (Bangladesh) - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

DPS News - Warwick has been involved in research showing that interventions could prevent old people from suffering dangerous falls.

The Guatemala Times - Robert Skidelsky writes on 'big countries losing small wars'.

Gulf Times (Qatar) - Andrew Oswald gives his opinion on how the public-sector pay system should be.

Jakarta Post - The University of Warwick was represented at an international education exhibition held in South Jakarta, Indonesia.

Jakarta Post - Robert Skidelsky writes on "big countries losing small wars".

Kuwait Times - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

The Medical News - Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has linked up with the University of Warwick, United Kingdom, to launch a joint global programme for neuroscience research.

MedicalXpress.com - An independent evaluation by Warwick Medical School warns that the health service lacks sufficient capacity to respond to perinatal depression, while highlighting a potential role for the voluntary sector, particularly in the antenatal period.

The National - An article about Abdullah Al Lamki, a Warwick law graduate, and his genetic disorder.

PPD Dentistry - Edward Lynch, head of dentistry at the University of Warwick, talks about the top-notch, postgraduate courses on offer at Warwick Dentistry.

Red Sports - Singaporeans from the University of Warwick again organised the Warwick Summer Games (WSG).

Scientific American - Andrew Marsh claims that adding nanodiamonds makes laundry more efficient.

Swiss Info - Warwick's Bruno Frey comments on happiness.

Telegraph (India) - Warwick's Bhaskar Dutta writes an article.

Times of India - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

Toronto Star - Robert Skidelsky writes an article entitled: 'Hitting back a dilemma for larger powers'.

University World News - A piece on the University of Warwick's link with Monash.

National

Accelerated Marketing Strategies – WBS has introduced a 'social media' module.

BBC - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

Business Weekly - Former Warwick professor Colin Murrell is part of a team investigating whether gas-eating bugs can help combat climate change and save the planet.

ComputerWorldUK - The University of Warwick has put in £1.5 million to the MidPlus high performance computing centre.

Confectionery Production - University of Warwick scientists have discovered a way to replace up to 50% of chocolate's fat content with fruit juice.

Construction Manager - A piece about Warwick's new Mechanochemical Cell Biology Building.

Daily Express – WMS’ Dr Roger Gadsby comments on a woman who was so sick during her pregnancy, she had to have a termination.

Daily Express - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

Daily Mail - A group of 25 leading economists, including Warwick's own Andrew Oswald, have bandied together to demand that the Chancellor scraps national pay bargaining, which leads to higher wages in the public sector.

Daily Mail - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

Daily Mail - Professor Susan Bassnett, former pro-vice chancellor of the University of Warwick, claims that universities are recruiting foreign students with the aim of making even more money from them due to their lack of English.

Daily Telegraph - An article about Warwick graduate, Lord O'Donnell, who is favourite to be the next Governor of the Bank of England.

Daily Telegraph - Andrew Oswald gives his opinion on how the public-sector pay system should be.

Daily Telegraph - Professor Susan Bassnett, former pro-vice chancellor of the University of Warwick, claims that universities are recruiting foreign students with the aim of making even more money from them due to their lack of English.

Dazed & Confused - Dr Katherine Angel, postdoctoral research fellow at Warwick, has written a book called 'Unmastered'.

Electronics Weekly - The Institute of Physics is to celebrate 50 years of the laser diode at the University of Warwick.

Financial Times - WBS had the greatest jump in the Financial Times masters in management rankings, going up 13 places to 35th.

Financial Times – Almost two-thirds (73 per cent) of the students studying for a masters in management at the University of Warwick are female.

Guardian - Andrew Oswald and Mark Harrison both give their opinion on reforming national public sector pay.

Guardian - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

Guardian - Professor Thomas Docherty is part of a plea for clarity on student debt.

Holyrood Magazine - Research conducted by Professor Steve Strand found that one in twenty black children had behavioural problems.

Irish Independent - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

ITV - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

The Manufacturer - WMG are working closely with JLR on technology development.

Nursing Times - Research from Warwick by Julie Bruce has shown that breast cancer patients are more likely to have severe pain in the week after surgery if they have other conditions like back pain and migraines.

Pitchcare - Charlie Yeomans, head groundsman at the University of Warwick, was pleased with the quality of his Olympic pitches.

The Scotsman - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

The Spectator - Andrew Oswald talks about money and happiness.

SteadyHealth.com - Scientists at the University of Warwick believe that the length of your finger could predict cancer.

Sunday Times - Thomas Docherty, Professor of English at the University of Warwick, features in an article about the cost of university.

Telegraph - Michael Khan, associate professor of medicine at Warwick, has been appointed chief medical advisor of Silence Therapeutics.

This is Money - Michael Khan, associate professor of medicine at Warwick, has been appointed chief medical advisor of Silence Therapeutics.

Times - An article about Warwick graduate Janet Martin, who owns a vet practice, and hired two other graduates from the university.

Times - A group of 25 leading economists, including Warwick's own Andrew Oswald, have bandied together to demand that the Chancellor scraps national pay bargaining, which leads to higher wages in the public sector.

Times - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

Times Educational Supplement - Dr Sean Neill, of Warwick, features in a piece about teachers having the right body language.

Times Higher Education - An article by Dennis Leech, professor of economics at the University of Warwick, on 'accounting tricks and pension deficits'.

Times Higher Education - The University of Warwick and IGGY are investing more than £30,000 in two postgraduate scholarships to examine opportunities for gifted children.

Times Higher Education - Professor Susan Bassnett, former pro-vice chancellor of the University of Warwick, claims that universities are recruiting foreign students with the aim of making even more money from them due to their lack of English.

Times Higher Education - A piece featuring Warwick's link with Monash, Australia.

Local

Belfast Telegraph - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

Birmingham Mail - Warwick's Andrew Sentance has made a plea for policymakers to give firms more support for them to stay positive in a low growth economy.

Birmingham Post - Warwick graduate Jo Kirk has been appointed finance director of Calthorpe Estates.

Birmingham Post - Professor Irene Ng, has been made director of the International Institute for Product and Service Innovation (IIPSI), the newest building for WMG.

Coventry Observer - University of Warwick has been ranked 58th best in the world.

Coventry Telegraph - Warwick graduate Lieke Levan-van Spaandonk has been given a £20,000 scholarship from the Institute of Physics to train as a teacher in the subject.

Coventry Telegraph - University of Warwick academic Professor Louise Campbell has penned 'Basil Spence: Buildings and Projects', who was the architect of Coventry Cathedral.

Coventry Telegraph - Two scholarships are on offer at Warwick for people that want to research how best to teach intelligent children.

Coventry Telegraph - An article on the motor industry, featuring Warwick graduate Elizabeth Ace who has got a job at JLR as part of their graduate scheme.

Coventry Telegraph - Players from the University of Warwick Handball club, formerly the only club in Coventry, have helped to set a new one up called 'Coventry Handball Club.

Coventry Telegraph - Experts from Warwick had input into new guidelines drawn up for ambulance crews.

Coventry Telegraph - The University of Warwick was awarded the Heart of England In Bloom Environmental Award for outstanding grounds maintenance.

Coventry Telegraph - Councillor Lynnette Kelly, who has a PhD from the University of Warwick, has been selected to stand to be MP in the key Labour target seat of Warwick and Leamington.

Coventry Telegraph - A student at the University of Warwick paddled 136 miles in a bathtub along a canal to raise money for charity.

Coventry Telegraph - The University of Warwick is to offer a course for people in work or in retirement entitled 'Italian Renaissance'.

Coventry Telegraph - Warwick University history expert Sarah Richardson was on BBC1's 'Who Do You Think You Are?'

Coventry Telegraph - New students at Warwick got a crash course in staying safe on the roads from the police.

Evening Express (Aberdeen) - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

Evening Standard - Phillip Standing, who met his wife Kate at the University of Warwick, died of heart failure at Lord's during a staff cricket match.

Metro (London) - Warwick's Professor of Primary Care Research at WMS, Martin Underwood, led a guideline development group which showed that too many painkillers can cause headaches.

Newcastle Journal - An article which features a detailed report from Warwick about the impact of cuts to spending on health, social care, transport, welfare benefits etc.

Stratford Observer - The RSC launched Teaching Shakespeare, its new online professional development offer for teachers, in partnership with the University of Warwick.

Worcestershire Living - A piece about Warwick staff member Simon Axon, who had a key role in the fencing tournament at London 2012.