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Wolfson Research Exchange

About the Wolfson Research Exchange

The Wolfson Research Exchange (REx) is a space for all Warwick researchers. Not only does it function as a space for study and group work, but it provides a forum for interdisciplinary collaboration. It is host to symposiums, conferences, networking and other research-focused events.

The REx has both quieter and group study areas, including networked computers and three flexible seminar rooms that can be adapted to suit your research-led event. It also has a small kitchen area dispensing hot and cold water, and a complimentary supply of coffee, tea and sugar.

Using the Research Exchange

The Wolfson Research Exchange is located in the Library on the Floor 3 extension. It is open to all research staff and postgraduate researchers (PGRs) at the University of Warwick. Its opening times are the same as the Library's.

Access is granted via University ID card to research staff and PGRs. If you need to enter for a particular event but do not have card access, please speak to a member of Library staff at the Welcome Point on Floor 1.

Want to know how the Wolfson Research Exchange can support your research-led event? Take a tour and find out more about the space!

Upcoming events

All Research Exchange events are currently cancelled while the Library is closed due to the measures in place to tackle coronavirus. We are currently hosting a number of events online for postgraduates.

Male student using laptop in Research Exchange with female student in foregroundPlan your own research event

The Wolfson Research Exchange seminar rooms provide a flexible space in which to collaborate and to present research outputs.

Take a tour

Sign up to find out how to make the most of the Research Exchange.

Students working in computer cluster outside Wolfson Research Exchange